C-SPAN's "Voters First Forum" lacked Donald Trump but featured Ben Carson, Rick Perry, Lindsey Graham, Chris Christie, Rick Santorum, Ted Cruz, Rand Paul Marco Rubio at St. Anselm's College in New Hampshire.
Twice in recent weeks, Police Commissioner Anthony W. Batts made a startling characterization to national audiences: Baltimore is still dealing with 1950s and 1960s-era racism. The statement has triggered a wide-ranging discussion of the issue around Baltimore — and relatively little disagreement.
Jody Zepp, a government and psychology teacher at Hammond High School that has helped increased minority participation and proficiency in Advanced Placement courses, has been named the 2014 Maryland Teacher of the Year.
Gov. Martin O'Malley urged the General Assembly Wednesday to approve an unabashedly liberal agenda including repeal of the death penalty, new curbs on guns and spending for construction projects that create jobs.
WASHINGTON — President Barack Obama began his second term Monday by calling for an end to the rigid ideologies of modern politics but laying out a broad policy agenda more likely to stoke partisan confrontation than avoid it.
The big metrics have been widely reported, but we in the news media haven¿t gone inside the numbers to explore what social media conversations might say about the state of politics, media and the way we communicate today.
As we wheel into a big week TV and politics with the first GOP debate to include Texas Gov. Rick Perry on Wednesday and President Obama's long overdue jobs plan on Thursday, a couple of small observations demand to be made.
Baltimore Mayor Martin O'Malley brought his prescription for improving homeland security to the Democratic convention last night, but his short speech was rewarded with only modest applause outside the Maryland delegation and a snub from major broadcast and cable television networks.