Maryland residents submit most telemarketing call, robocall complaints to FTC per capita

During the 2021 fiscal year, Maryland residents submitted the most complaints to the Federal Trade Commission per 100,000 people regarding telemarketing sales calls and robocalls, according to recent data released by the FTC.

Supreme Court weighs Mississippi abortion law, future of Roe v. Wade

The justices signaled that they were aware of the highly-charged political nature of the case. Many of their questions centered on how their decision could impact American society.

Supreme Court to hear arguments over Mississippi law banning abortions after 15 weeks

The case, Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization, considers the constitutionality of Mississippi’s ban on most abortions after 15 weeks of pregnancy.

Tracking air travel: See how many people are flying this Thanksgiving

Thanksgiving air travel is expected to rebound to pre-pandemic levels. Use our tracker to see how many people are flying in real time.

Candidates declare for 2022 statewide races in Maryland

With less than a year to go before the 2022 election, candidates have declared they are running for governor, attorney general and comptroller.

Massive infrastructure bill cleared by House includes nearly $8 billion for Maryland

The bill, which won final passage by the House late Friday, includes nearly $8 billion for highway, public transportation, ports and broadband projects throughout the state.

Cybersecurity concerns grow in hospitals across Maryland

Maryland hospitals are seeing an uptick in ransomware and other cybersecurity threats, mirroring a national trend, and a federal agency is investigating a dozen breaches among healthcare providers in the state. 

Legal sports betting further delayed in Maryland

The state’s Sports Wagering Applicant Review Commission on Wednesday delayed its decision on awarding sports betting licenses, weeks after Gov. Larry Hogan urged the commission to more quickly launch the state’s newly legalized sports gambling industry.

Van Hollen, Cardin push pilot program to curb military vehicle rollover deaths

The senators’ measure would create a pilot program requiring data recorders to be placed on Army and Marine Corps tactical vehicles.

Supreme Court hears arguments on Texas abortion law Monday

With a more conservative court, pro-choice and pro-life activists are closely watching this case.