Hamburger lovers craving something bigger, juicier and more artistically done than fast food fare are being spoiled for options as the gourmet hamburger comes to Prince George’s County, though a local nutritionist warns about the impact on public health.
Sens. Barbara Mikulski and Ben Cardin added Maryland’s support to a postal reform bill in the Senate requiring the U.S. Postal Service to keep operating Easton and Cumberland mail processing facilities it had targeted for closure.
WASHINGTON – The Senate passed a postal reform bill Wednesday that would prevent the U
In a move sure to stoke rumors he will be a candidate for president in 2016, Gov. Martin O’Malley appeared at a press breakfast in Washington, D.C., fielding questions from reporters and bolstering Democrats’ election-year message.
Lt. Gov. Anthony Brown and other panelists joined administration officials for an event hosted by Vice President Joe Biden, where the participants urged Congress to extend the Violence Against Women Act.
WASHINGTON – Democrats and Republicans now know who their nominees are in all but one of Maryland’s eight congressional races this year following Tuesday’s primary election
Wendy Rosen leads John LaFerla in the race for the Democratic nomination in Maryland’s 1st Congressional District, which spans the Eastern Shore and some Baltimore suburbs, but LaFerla says uncounted absentee ballots could put him over the top.
Six students from Elizabeth Seton High School, a Catholic preparatory school in Bladensburg, were among an intimate group of girls and young women invited to the White House by first lady Michelle Obama Wednesday.