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In farewell, Mikulski urges bipartisanship and a warning

WASHINGTON – Since the 1990s, Maryland Sen. Barbara Mikulski has periodically organized dinners with the rest of the women in the Senate, no matter the party affiliation. RELATED STORY: Maryland comes up short at critical time for women politicians The…

Are MLB teams paying closers for production or a mindset?

NATIONAL HARBOR, Maryland – Chicago Cubs free agent pitcher Aroldis Chapman is believed to be looking for a $100 million contract this offseason, stirring the pot that sits atop baseball’s hot stove. RELATED STORY: What’s Mark Trumbo really worth to…

Trump tax plan may be a mixed bag for Maryland

WASHINGTON – A majority of Marylanders weren’t particularly keen about the prospect of a Donald Trump presidency. Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton carried the Old Line State by roughly 624,000 votes on Nov. 8, good for a comfortable 25-point win. RELATED…

Maryland advocates discuss next steps for undocumented community

Undocumented Latino immigrants in Maryland likely to experience more stress, legal hassles, some say

Maryland’s Democrats vow Planned Parenthood fight

WASHINGTON  — Baltimore resident Annie Sageng relied on Planned Parenthood for many different reasons while growing up. RELATED STORY: Planned Parenthood Hands Out Anti-Trump Condoms In high school, she drove her friends there to pick up birth control and pregnancy…

Metro’s chief promises fewer delays, nicer ride soon

WASHINGTON – Metro General Manager Paul Wiedefeld on Wednesday said the system will double the number of new cars in service by next year, a move that will improve safety and reduce delays. RELATED STORY: Metro chief promises improvements in…

Trump campaign vows counter to Maryland’s justice reform efforts

ANNAPOLIS, Maryland — If Trump’s campaign was any precursor to his administration, the president-elect could threaten criminal justice reform underway in Maryland, some civil rights advocates say. RELATED STORY: Trump’s campaign rhetoric worries criminal justice reformers Following a U.S. Department…

Maryland U.S. House winners raise donations from across country

Two of Maryland’s recently re-elected Congressional candidates raised the majority of their individual contributions from out-of-state donors, with House Minority Whip Steny Hoyer, an incumbent representing the 5th District, garnering the largest proportion.

Smithsonian’s new African American museum gears up for schools

Whether it’s a class on early African American history, civil rights movements or black pop culture, there’s an exhibit for that at the Smithsonian’s newest museum.

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