With less than 100 days to go before the Iowa caucuses, presidential hopefuls with dwindling bank accounts and bottom-scraping poll numbers are beginning to weigh the risks of staying in the race versus getting out.
Hillary Clinton's appearance on Saturday Night Live was an integral part of the Clinton campaign's much-touted re-re-re-rebranding push to make Clinton seem more spontaneous and relatable. And it was, by most accounts, a success
WASHINGTON — Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton's support remains strong in blue Maryland despite a recent slip in early primary states, a Goucher College poll released Tuesday has found.
Pope Francis urged the country to set aside partisan divisions and focus instead on hope and healing in a historic address to Congress on Thursday that briefly suspended political rancor in the nation's capital.
It has come to be called "the Francis effect," this deep and direct connection that the pope, who will begin a six-day visit to the U.S. on Tuesday, has made with people around the world, both in and out of the faith.
Jonah Goldberg: Even if you forget Joe Biden's other problems — the logorrhea, the gaffes and the plagiarism — he is the ultimate "stay the course" candidate. And that's the last thing anyone needs, the Democrats most of all.
With Hillary Clinton now putting some distance between herself and the Obama foreign policies, Mr. Biden may be the best vice president he can be by defending those policies on the 2016 campaign trail.
The only circumstances that would offer Mr. Biden a non-damaging route to the presidency at this stage would be through constitutional succession in the event of a presidential vacancy, or a collapse of Hillary Clinton's 2016 candidacy under unanticipated circumstances, such as new developments in her email scandal.
Baltimore Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake traveled to California Thursday be sworn in as the president of the U.S. Conference of Mayors — a position through which she said she will advocate for fixes to Baltimore's entrenched problems.
The owners of Laurel Park, who plan to build a transit-oriented development with retail and residential space near the racetrack, have requested the state Department of Transportation move the commuter train stop in Laurel closer to the track and the development, according to Laurel City Council President Ed Ricks.
In their sorrow over the passing of Beau Biden, his family has demonstrated again the strong ties of familial togetherness that have always characterized the Biden clan, and the spirit of perseverance that more broadly marks the American people in times of personal and national tribulation.
Trade, cyber security and this spring's unrest in Baltimore City were the major topics of interest Friday morning when Maryland's Sen. Ben Cardin stopped by the Charlestown senior living community for a town hall-style meeting with residents and area seniors.
Martin O'Malley, the former Baltimore mayor and Maryland governor who ushered in an era of tech-savvy management and a new brand of progressive politics during more than two decades in public office, announced his long-expected campaign for president on Saturday.
Eighty years after graduating from a segregated school in Oklahoma, Vivian Bailey has taken the field trip of a lifetime. The 97-year-old Columbia, Md., resident — who for more than a decade has been raising money for Howard County students — met with President Barack Obama and Vice President Joe Biden in the Oval Office on Tuesday.
Vice President Joe Biden charged the Naval Academy's Class of 2015 with going into military service to guarantee peace in the South China Sea, an instruction he gave at the end of a week of mounting tension between the United States and China.
The Baltimore area is in store for another bitterly cold weather system, one that will keep temperatures below freezing throughout Monday and will likely bring up to five inches of snow from Monday night into Tuesday, according to the National Weather Service.