Majority of Maryland Congressional Delegation Will Attend Netanyahu Speech

Amid much controversy, the majority of the Maryland congressional delegation still plans to attend Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s speech to Congress on Tuesday.

Van Hollen, lawmakers persuade Obama to drop plan to tax 529 college savings accounts

Rep. Chris Van Hollen, D–Kensington, joined forces with lawmakers from both parties in persuading the Obama administration to abandon its plan to tax 529 college savings accounts.

Brown Attempts to Become Maryland’s First Lieutenant Governor to Gain a Promotion

In the last leg of the race to Government House, Lt. Gov. Anthony Brown and his running mate, Howard County Executive Ken Ulman plan to welcome Hillary Rodham Clinton to Maryland.

Obama Touts Internet Connectivity at Maryland Middle School

President Barack Obama told students at Buck Lodge Middle School that major companies are putting up major money to help get them the latest Internet technology and connectivity.

Obama Orders Changes to NSA Telephone Data Collection

President Barack Obama ordered changes to the controversial NSA telephone data collection program.

President Calls Health Care a Right, Says Republicans Worried Obamacare Will Succeed

Days before a key provision of his health care law takes effect, President Barack Obama told an audience in Prince George’s County Thursday that affordable health care in the United States is a right and not a privilege and called on Maryland to help spread the word about the Affordable Care Act.

Economy Tops Obama Second-term Agenda

President Barack Obama used his State of the Union address Tuesday to focus on an economy that continues to struggle toward recovery and to lobby for better gun laws to stem the tide of violence that claimed two more student lives in Maryland.

Inaugural Parade Patrons React to President Obama’s Walk Down Pennsylvania Avenue

More than 800 thousand people gathered in Washington D.C. on Monday to attend the Inauguration festivities. On Pennsylvania Avenue, attendees lined the parade route early and eager, searching for the perfect spot to catch a glimpse of the President.

Maryland Delegation Puts Women First

The Maryland delegation put women’s issues at the forefront of its agenda Wednesday with the reintroduction of both the Violence Against Women Act and the Paycheck Fairness Act.

Anti-Abortion Protester Arrested After Disturbance During Inaugural

A vocal anti-abortion protester who climbed a tree at the Presidential Inaugural on Monday was arrested by Capitol Police after his screaming disturbed ticketholders.