Green, red, purple -- just not orange
Steele's words at meeting faulted
Energy, education plans win bipartisan support
Rasmussen to enter race for U.S. Senate
Leaders vow to fix Md. group homes
Hart's 1984 campaign left mark on O'Malley
Clinton pledges to continue fight for 'fast-track' President fails to win enough House votes on trade deals bill
Rousing race for governor possible A weaker Glendening would raise hopes of his party foes, GOP; CAMPAIGN 1998
Cardin did right to vote against 'fast...
IRS overhaul bill advances to House, approval expected Senate is not likely to address measure until early next year
Plan to let doctors charge more to Medicare users is under fire Democratic leaders say elderly patients would be gouged for care
More tests won't help kids learn to...
If Cardin couldn't win now, when? Candidates: The congressman backed out of the gubernatorial race in the face of Rehrmann's assertive stance. The development gladdens Glendening backers.; CAMPAIGN 1998
Rehrmann must make case, expose governor
It was a risk -- so Cardin declined
Gibson defects to new camp Top state organizer rejects Glendening for '98, assists Rehrmann
Glendening's biggest foe is low approval rating Assessment calls him 'most vulnerable'
Democrats wait to see if challenger emerges Rehrmann prepares run against Glendening from her Harford County post; CAMPAIGN 1998
... the chalk players will study the track
What will Cardin do? Governor's race: Congressman mulls Democratic challenge as House speaker opts out.
Readers respond to police shootingI watched the...
Cardin has pretty much decided where to buy bagels
Cardin ponders Glendening challenge 5-term congressman may run for governor; CAMPAIGN 1998
Republicans put indefinite hold on reform of House ethics rules Democrats press speaker to schedule a vote on panel's recommendations
Early field takes shape for '98 Annapolis stakes Political entries eager to run for governor; CAMPAIGN 1998
Governor's money woes offer hope to challengers
Harford leader to run for governor Rehrmann becomes first Democrat to challenge Glendening
Warming up for the big horse race
Merger subsidies inder attack Are payments crucial for efficiency, or just 'payoffs for layoffs'?
Rawlings forced to allow city school funding cut Embarrassment: In pushing for huge increases in state aid, the Baltimore legislator was left in an awkward position.
ANNAPOLIS -- A bill that would require...
Gingrich allies planned attack Cardin releases paper detailing '95 GOP talks to impede ethics probe
Cardin replaces McDermott as top Democrat on House ethics committee in Gingrich case Washington state liberal received tape of speaker's cell phone call, later leaked
Quiet Ben finally sounds off on Newt
Powerful, unpopular on the Hill Ethics: Members of the House and Senate ethics committees can damage or destroy political careers. As their colleagues' potential enemy, congressmen are hesitant to serve.
Cardin stays cool on spot Contender? More and more Democrats are urging Rep. Ben Cardin to run for governor. But he's not changing his cautious ways.
The party's dashing hero is -- Cardin?
3 Md. congressmen pulling up to more seats of power Ehrlich, Cardin on budget, Wynn on commerce panel
On patrol for Police Corps Recruiting: A New York lawyer's relentless drive to build a better police force is about to pay off in Baltimore.
Ben Cardin looks home
Election results could be an omen for Glendening Governor's influence, popularity seen flagging; ELECTION 1996
Ehrlich easily defeats DeJuliis in 2nd District Other House members also hold on to seats; ELECTION 1996
State's incumbents leading challengers Md. race for Congress easier for those who live in district all year; CAMPAIGN 1996
Congressional candidates spar over crime and taxes Incumbents duel with challengers; CAMPAIGN 1996
ONE OF THE TRIUMPHS of the 104th...
Third District: Cardin vs. McDonough
Cardin, McDonough hammer away in 11th debate of 3rd Dist. campaign CAMPAIGN 1996
Eight for Congress in Maryland Sun endorsements: With one exception, incumbents have proved they are up to the job.
'Rational discrimination' is an unacceptable notion