Washington Bullpen: Inside the District’s fight for voting representation in Congress

WASHINGTON – When the colonies broke off from British control to become the United States, one of their rallying cries was “no taxation without representation.” Now, 243 years later, license plates in the nation’s capital city bear the same message…

Patriotic Pups: Maryland pets show up at the polls

CNS gathered some of the best photos of pets voting (along with their humans) in last week’s midterm election.

Maryland’s U.S. Senators critical of FBI Kavanaugh report

Maryland Democratic Senators Cardin and Van Hollen said they found the follow-up FBI report on Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh incomplete. Senator Ben Cardin said the report raised more questions than it answered and Senator Chris Van Hollen criticized the FBI for failing to contact individuals who said they had important information to share.

Candidate mask sales could predict the next president

Costume retailer Spirit Halloween has accurately predicted the presidential election winner based on Halloween mask sales for two decades. And this year, there’s a spooky prediction for Hillary Clinton.

University of Maryland students gather to watch final presidential debate

COLLEGE PARK, Md. – Third presidential debate leaves young voters at the University of Maryland unenthused about the upcoming general election.

Competing hashtags #WomenWhoVoteTrump, #GOPHandsOffMe spark Twitter debate

Social media users respond to two juxtaposed trending hashtags regarding women’s issues, #WomenWhoVoteTrump and #GOPHandsOffMe.

Security experts question Maryland’s online ballot system

Easy access to driver’s license numbers, recent cyber crimes make Maryland’s new web-based ballot system vulnerable to hacking, some say.

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