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  • Hogan seeks background checks for appointed lawmakers

    Hogan seeks background checks for appointed lawmakers

    Gov. Larry Hogan is asking people nominated to fill vacancies in the General Assembly to undergo background checks before taking their seats, infuriating Democratic leaders. Two people recently nominated to fill seats in the House of Delegates — Baltimore's Nick J. Mosby and Montgomery County's...

  • Hogan, Rutherford raise nearly $4.5 million in past year

    Hogan, Rutherford raise nearly $4.5 million in past year

    Gov. Larry Hogan's re-election war chest swelled by nearly $4.5 million this year, campaign finance reports show, bringing his campaign accounts to $5.1 million. The reports were filed with the Maryland State Board of Elections on Wednesday afternoon, ahead of a midnight deadline. The popular Republican...

  • Trump's pick for EPA vows to support Chesapeake Bay cleanup effort

    Trump's pick for EPA vows to support Chesapeake Bay cleanup effort

    President-elect Donald Trump's nominee to lead the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, a frequent critic of environmental regulations, appeared to offer support Wednesday for a federally directed Chesapeake Bay cleanup program he once sued to stop. Oklahoma Attorney General Scott Pruitt, who...

  • Tim Raines, an Oriole for a week, finally reaches Hall of Fame

    Tim Raines, an Oriole for a week, finally reaches Hall of Fame

    It took Tim Raines up until his 10th and final season on the ballot to be elected into baseball’s Hall of Fame, and maybe that delay was in part because it took that long for his premier skills – getting on base and scoring runs – to be truly appreciated. But ultimately, the wait for Raines – who...

  • Three new Hall of Famers and another step forward for Bonds and Clemens

    Three new Hall of Famers and another step forward for Bonds and Clemens

    Jeff Bagwell was left in the on-deck circle a year ago, but he had to know his day would come. Tim Raines was known for his quickness on the basepaths, but he waited until the last minute. Ivan Rodriguez didn't have to wait long at all.

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