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University of Maryland students walk out of class to to support diversity on campus

COLLEGE PARK, Md. – Hundreds of students at the University of Maryland put down their books and raised their voices in a demonstration to urge support for, what they called, marginalized groups on campus. The students say that while their…

Immigration is Key Issue in Primary, Especially Among GOP Voters

As Maryland’s international population grows, some reach out, others worry

Chelsea Clinton Addresses Hillary Supporters In Anticipation of State Primary

The Democratic presidential candidate’s daughter touted her mother’s decades of experience.

Equal Pay Day: Continuing the battle for equal pay

Equal Pay Day was established a decade ago to raise awareness to the huge gap between men and women’s wages. Now, ten years later, supporters say the battle continues–even as new anti-discrimination legislation is introduced in Maryland to broaden equal pay laws already in place.

To Great Fanfare, New Turkish Cultural Center Officially Opens in Maryland

New Turkish cultural complex celebrates architecture, art, food and religion.

‘Yes means yes’ sexual assault bill dies; campus officials and activists debate next step

The bill required all Maryland colleges and universities to adopt an affirmative consent standard.

Anti-Donald Trump Music Video goes Viral

A provocative subject, a captive audience, and a catchy chorus has resulted in a viral music video for a local teen.

Legislators Push for Equal Pay For Women

Maryland’s State Senate considers legislation that supporters say will close loopholes and guarantee equal pay for equal work.

Maryland felons now able to vote

Former felons step up to register to vote as the state’s new voting restoration law takes effect.

Bills Aim To Alter the Process of Selling Structured Settlements

Initiated by the office of the attorney general in September, a study of 171 Maryland cases found that structured settlements worth $21 million in present value were sold for just $6 million.