Senate Finance Committee Chairman Charles Grassley of Iowa and House Oversight and Reform Committee Chairman Elijah Cummings of Maryland are taking aim at the drug industry. So is President Donald Trump.
Getting caught up in a TV hearing and typing a hashtag about it is not the same as putting your body on the line in a protest march to do the hard work of social change.We have come to believe too much in the power of media to change our lives without the risk and pain it takes to actually do that.
The last-minute delay in Brett Kavanaugh's confirmation to the U.S. Supreme Court, to allow for an FBI investigation into sexual assault allegations against him, may save the Senate Judiciary Committee from a rerun of the earlier Clarence Thomas-Anita Hill fiasco.
Senate Republicans said Monday that they will consider Robert K. Hur to be the U.S. Attorney for Maryland after initially delaying his confirmation over questions about the Department of Justice’s probe of the 2016 presidential election.
Members of the state’s congressional delegation Friday called on the Senate to confirm President Donald Trump’s nominee to be Maryland’s U.S. Attorney after revelations he is being delayed over questions about the Russia probe.
Senate Republicans are delaying the confirmation of President Donald Trump’s nominee to be the U.S. Attorney in Maryland until they receive information from the Department of Justice related to the special counsel’s Russia probe, The Baltimore Sun has learned.
Shame on the GOP. The FBI is once again investigating the Clinton Foundation, and congressional Republicans are more concerned with arresting the author of the Trump-Russia dossier than investigating the Kremlin’s influence over Donald Trump’s campaign and our national election.
The Senate Judiciary Committee voted Monday to advance Maryland U.S. Attorney Rod J. Rosenstein's nomination to serve as the No. 2 official at the Justice Department, offering him a wide, bipartisan margin.
Maryland U.S. Attorney Rod J. Rosenstein faced a barrage of questions from Democratic senators Tuesday about how he would handle investigations into Russian meddling in last year's election if he is confirmed to serve as the No. 2 official at Department of Justice.
U.S. Attorney Rod J. Rosenstein will face a litany of questions about the investigation into Russia when he appears before senators considering his nomination to be deputy attorney general on Tuesday — turning up the heat on what was already expected to be a high-profile hearing.
Twenty-one Democratic Attorneys General -- including Maryland's Brian E. Frosh -- sent a letter to congressional Senate leaders on Thursday calling for them to consider President Barack Obama's nominee for the Supreme Court once that person is named.
President Obama on Thursday ordered his administration to accept at least 10,000 Syrian refugees for resettlement in the next year, amid international pressure to act as heartbreaking images continue to emerge of refugees' sometimes deadly attempts to escape to Europe.
Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake on Friday defended the Baltimore Police Department's widespread use of a secret cellphone surveillance device that allows officers to track criminals by sweeping up neighborhood phone signals, echoing police claims the program is limited in the type of data it collects.
Lawmakers raised new questions Thursday following revelations that Baltimore Police made widespread use of a controversial cell phone surveillance device that for years they have been bound by the FBI from discussing.
Fourteen months after he took his seat at the head of the U.S. Department of Labor, Marylander Thomas E. Perez is being eyed for an even more prominent position in President Barack Obama's second-term Cabinet: As a successor to Attorney General Eric H. Holder Jr.
Critics in Congress warned that many Americans would lose their existing insurance coverage. But when a key part of the Affordable Care Act takes effect in January, the only ones who will be forced to drop their insurance and find coverage through a health exchange will be those who work in Congress.