Kamala Harris, a U.S. senator and former California attorney general known for her rigorous questioning of President Donald Trump’s nominees, has entered the Democratic presidential race. Harris' campaign says it will make its headquarters in Baltimore, with another office in Oakland, California.
Sources familiar with U.S. Sen. Kamala Harris' plans tell The Baltimore Sun that if she runs for president, she'll put her campaign headquarters in Baltimore. The California Democrat is expected to announce her 2020 plans soon. Harris' Senate office declined to discuss her plans.
All these Democrats vying for the presidential nomination in 2020 will likely be overshadowed in public attention in 2019 by the news media spotlight and attention on Mr. Trump's struggle for political survival in the Oval Office over the remaining two years of his first term.
Rep. John Sarbanes and other House Democrats released plans for their first bill of the new, Democratic-controlled U.S. House – a political reform measure they say would “drain the swamp” in a way that Republican President Donald Trump has not. It contains ethics and campaign finance reform.
Carroll County voters went to the polls on Election Day, Tuesday, Nov. 6. Here's a sampling of their thoughts on the local races, the Maryland gubernatorial race and President Donald Trump, who isn't on the ballot but looms large over this election.
U.S. Sen. Bernie Sanders brought a jolt of energy to Democrat Ben Jealous’ struggling campaign to unseat Republican Gov. Larry Hogan in Maryland. Sanders told a raucous full house at an historic Bethesda theater that Jealous will be one of the greatest governors in U.S. history.
Carson's story of climbing out of poverty to become a world-renowned surgeon was once ubiquitous in Baltimore, where Carson made his name. But his role in the Trump administration has added a complicated epilogue.
The FBI investigates whether a Maryland "computer glitch" that might have wiped as many as 80,000 voters off election rolls for last month's primary was part of Russia's alleged hacking of U.S. elections.
Harford County voters turned out to polling places around the county Tuesday to cast ballots for Republican and Democratic nominees for governor, state legislative seats and county offices, including state's attorney, county executive and county council.
Just shy of 5,000 eligible Harford County voters have cast ballots during the first five days of early voting from Thursday through Monday, according to the Maryland Board of Elections. “It’s a little low,” Kevin Keene, Harford County’s elections director, acknowledged Tuesday.
If you think this country is in impossible turmoil today with a president at war with his own Justice Department and FBI over Russian meddling in our affairs, just look back to where we were a half-century ago.
How close are we going to skate to the edge of losing democracy before we decide to regulate social media platforms like Facebook? We have given the Mark Zuckerbergs of this nation a free hand longer than any other media operators in the world, and they have shown no real social responsibility.
There’s a meme going around,pointing out the hypocrisy of some Democrats when it comes to the 2020 Presidential race. It goes something like “Democrats: We can’t have a television billionaire with no political experience as president! Also Democrats: Oprah for President!”
Analysts say hundreds of Facebook ads targeted at users in Maryland in the months following the city’s riots in 2015 might have been a dry run for the broader, national Russian social media campaign that followed.
Fox still has the biggest ratings in cable news despite the staggering loss of three-fourths of its evening lineup in the last eight months. But it's also still on the wrong side of patriarchy and male privilege. And the recent firings of host Bill O'Reilly and Co-President Bill Shine underline how much trouble the network is in thanks to its 20-year history of sexual harassment.
Sen. Chris Van Hollen's campaign on Tuesday denied allegations raised in a new a book about the 2016 presidential election that he urged unions to not aggressively turn out the state's African American vote out of fear it would help his Democratic primary opponent.
Democrats can capitalize on President Donald Trump's election if the party is able to harness the energy of protests taking place across the nation and turn it into votes, several candidates seeking to lead the party said at a forum in Baltimore on Saturday.