Rep. Elijah Cummings says he has “very serious questions” about whether U.S. Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross was truthful in explaining how the Trump administration developed a census question about citizenship status. Ross says he "testified truthfully to the best of my ability."
A federal judge has dismissed Maryland's attempt to protect the Affordable Care Act, known as "Obamacare," from any Trump administration efforts to dismantle it. The office of Maryland Attorney General Brian Frosh had sought a declaration that the national health care act is constitutional.
Maryland Sen. Chris Van Hollen said Wednesday that the departure of Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein would threaten Robert Mueller's Russia investigation at a time when the integrity of the Justice Department "is under assault" by President Donald Trump.
Witcover: Democrats' intended disposition to turn the other cheek, rather than use the party's newly acquired subpoena powers to get anti-Trump incriminating information, attempts to seek the high moral ground.
Less than a week after outgoing Attorney General Jeff Sessions issued a memo dramatically scaling-back the ability of federal law enforcement officials to use consent decrees to enforce police reforms, the U.S. Commission on Civil Rights will call for a re-commitment to such efforts.
President Trump's long-expected firing of Attorney General Jeff Sessions may be a prelude to an outrageous, blatant political crime that could make the Watergate scandal of the 1970s pale in comparison.
More than 100 people protested outside Congressman Andy Harris's Bel Air office Thursday in support of special counsel Robert Mueller's investigation into suspected Russian meddling on behalf of Donald Trump's 2016 campaign after AG Jeff Sessions was forced to resigned.
Rep. Elijah Cummings: President Trump, his administration and Republicans in Congress are trying to take America back to a time when insurance companies were allowed to discriminate against people just for getting sick, being a woman or getting older.
For all the times I criticize cable news for its sins, it is an absolute pleasure to watch MSNBC report, critique and challenge the Trump administration’s “zero-tolerance” policy of separating parents and children from families that had come seeking asylum at the Texas border.
Many of us are horrified to read reports that our government is separating children, including infants as young as one year old, from their parents at the border with Mexico. We may also feel helpless, but we're not. Here are actions each of us can take depending upon our circumstance
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.
Spring is just around the corner with its violent weather swings. Last week’s bomb cyclone clobbered more than a quarter of the nation’s population with violent storms and unusually heavy winds. But that nor’easter could never match the turbulent tempests coming out of the White House.
The dueling Nunes/Schiff memos are a sideshow to what's really going on in Robert Mueller's investigation. By now it's clear that the best case scenario for President Donald Trump is still plenty damning.
It is President Trump's character that leads me to think he didn't collude with Russia, at least not in a way the impeachment-hungry mob hopes he did. But that doesn't mean he doesn't have something to hide.
Deputy Attorney General Rod J. Rosenstein approved the continued surveillance of a Trump associate last year, according to a report in the New York Times on Monday that once again thrust the former U.S. Attorney for Maryland into the spotlight.
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 Trump Administration announced Thursday it would rescind an Obama-era policy not to prosecute minor marijuana crimes, raising questions about whether Maryland's fledgling medical cannabis industry would be affected.
Deputy Attorney General Rod J. Rosenstein faced sharp questioning Wednesday from congressional Republicans following revelations that two officials assigned to the department’s ongoing Russia probe exchanged text messages critical of President Donald J. Trump during last year’s campaign.
This was not an election to decide whether Alabama favored a Republican candidate our a Democratic candidate. This was an election that pitted common decency and respect over indecency and outright criminal behavior.
Attorney General Jeff Sessions and Department of Homeland Security Secretary Kirstjen M. Nielsen will address immigration enforcement and international gangs at a news conference in Baltimore on Tuesday.
The sexual behavior of American politicians and celebrities has been a staple of news stories from the beginning of the Republic. But it seems to have approached a peak this year with the case of Judge Roy Moore, the Alabama Republican nominee for the U.S. Senate, and other such scandals.
For some, taking a knee during the national anthem is un-American, but getting paid tens of millions of dollars to work with Russian agents against the foreign policy of the United States is “much ado about nothing.”