Washington

Now located in the Ronald Reagan Building near the White House and the U.S. Capitol, the CNS Washington bureau has more reporters dedicated to covering the federal government’s impact on Maryland than any other news organization in the state.

Maryland Veteran Awarded the Medal of Honor

A University of Maryland alumnus and Bethesda native was awarded the Medal of Honor by President Obama Thursday for his heroic actions while serving in Afghanistan in 2012.

Maryland’s Senate Race Heats Up

Minority whip Kathy Szeliga entered Maryland’s Senate race on Tuesday, but the eye of the public still lies on the Democratic primary.

Maryland Co-ops Not Worried About Closing

Amidst rising concerns surrounding health co-ops shutting down in various parts of the United States, Marylanders have nothing to worry about as state co-op is going strong.

How Well Do Presidential Polls Predict Winners? Compare 2016 and 2008

With one year until the general election, Hillary Clinton holds a wide lead in the Democratic primary, just as she did in 2008. Maryland Gov. Martin O’Malley still sits at 3 percent and hopes he can make a name for himself in time for the Iowa caucus.

VA Program Aims to Help Veterans with Weight and Health

The VA’s TeleMOVE program helps veterans loss weight with a daily phone call.

Welcome to Washington’s “Catfe”

How about some whiskers with that latte? We know just the place in Washington.

FBI Seeks Possible New Headquarters in Prince George’s County

The push for an FBI headquarters move to Maryland is underway, with Sen. Ben Cardin and other Maryland officials making the case for two possible locations in Prince George’s County.

Community Trust of Police Requires Reforms, Experts Say

Nationwide reform of law enforcement practices is critical to restoring community trust in the police, officials said at a congressional forum Wednesday afternoon.

Despite Dangers, Use of Synthetic Drugs Surges

More than 6,000 people have called poison control centers this year for problems related to taking a category of psychoactive drug known as synthetic cannabinoids. And that number is on the rise.

As Head Start Turns 50, Future of Program and Its Effectiveness Debated

Head Start is 50 years old this month, but the federal early-education program’s effectiveness and costs remain controversial among policymakers.