There's a lot of good in Gov. Larry Hogan's proposal to reform Maryland's charter school law. It provides additional flexibility for charters to pursue innovative academic models, allows the possibility that the schools could be established in districts that have not welcomed them and...
When couples divorce, the biggest victims of the breakup are often the children, who lose the daily support and encouragement of a parent they've grown to love and trust. Non-custodial parents can experience similar feelings of loss, confusion and anger over the failure of a relationship.
The unveiling this week of Gov. Larry Hogan's strategy to combat heroin addiction and overdoses is prompting understandable cynicism from some of those who have long been involved in the issue. After all, he has now made a big deal out of doing more or less what the state was already doing...
Maryland currently ranks fifth in the nation for worst air quality and produces over 60 percent of its energy from dirty sources like coal and natural gas. Immediately after his inauguration, Gov. Larry Hogan rolled back coal regulations that would have greatly improved air quality conditions...
The purpose of the Keystone XL pipeline is to make it easier for Canada to export some of filthiest crude oil on the planet — not to the U.S. (we don't need it) but to other countries.
I find it amusing that the Hogan administration is proposing a "study" to combat heroin addiction in Maryland ("The new face of Md.'s fight against heroin," Feb. 26).
Robi Rawl's commentary, "Repeal water tax" (Feb. 23), was a pithy pitch for making water more prominent in our lives, especially given the harm caused by sugary drink consumption.
I am a senior at Dulaney High School and write with a special note of concern toward the average testing of 8th grade children ("Debate rages over how many hours Maryland students should be tested each year," Nov. 15).
Washington is such a phony city. Maybe that's why it has such a good relationship with Hollywood.
In the dustup over Rudy Giuliani saying he doesn't believe that the president loves America, it's a tossup who deserves more to be sent to the woodshed, him or the fellow Republicans who rushed to justify his remark.
Amazing. Just ... amazing.
GM is worth around $60 billion and has more than 200,000 employees. Its front-line workers earn from $19 to $28.50 an hour, with benefits.
Cooperative dictators can rest easier if Jeb Bush becomes president. Wednesday, in a speech delivered to the Chicago Council on Global Affairs, the latest Bush to set his sights on the White House implied he wouldn't be running around trying to spread democracy like his big brother, George W.