Maryland Gov. Hogan urges ratification of U.S. trade deal with Canada, Mexico
Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan is urging the state’s members of Congress to approve a proposed trade agreement between America, Mexico and Canada.
Five things you need to know about Hogan's fight with the Democrats over the state budget
Confused about what's going on in the fight between Larry Hogan and the Democrats over the state budget? Here's what you need to know.
Fighting to keep a jail in Baltimore, for history's sake
It’s come to this: a black person (me) fighting to keep a prison in Baltimore, the only remaining structure that held runaway slaves in the city.
Maryland Democrats deride Gov. Hogan's pledge of bipartisanship as he withholds money intended for Baltimore
Maryland Democrats are deriding Republican Governor Larry Hogan's pledge of bipartisanship as he withholds money intended for Baltimore.
Amid REAL ID scramble, Maryland Motor Vehicle Administration forced to reschedule July 5 appointments
Since Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan closed state offices for July 5, the MVA is rescheduling appointments as residents try to comply with REAL ID requirements.
Editorial: High court's decision on gerrymandering means its up to voters to demand change
If you believe in fair elections, you should be disappointed in the Supreme Court's recent decision on gerrymandering.
Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan won't release funds for symphony, school construction, Baltimore youth jobs
Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan won’t release any of the funding legislators sought to add to the state budget.
Hogan's explanation for his fenced-off funds decision is a giant load of partisan baloney
Gov. Larry Hogan is spinning himself in circles to try to make himself look fiscally responsible and the legislature profligate. Don't buy it.
Hogan and the fenced-off funds: Just when did the governor get religion on Maryland's budget?
If Gov. Larry Hogan chooses not to spend money the legislature fenced off for its priorities, it won't be because he's worried about Maryland's fiscal health.
Funds for Maryland school construction, BSO, youth jobs in doubt as Hogan considers whether to release money
As the fiscal year begins, Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan hasn't said whether he'll release millions of dollars for programs the legislature added to the budget.
Demanding an audit, Maryland Gov. Hogan withholds $55M from Washington Metro transit system
Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan says the state will withhold about $55 million from the Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority.
Editorial: Supreme Court abandons chance to fix gerrymandering in Carroll County and Maryland
For Carroll County, the U.S. Supreme Court offered a chance to address gerrymandered districts that were drawn to favor Democrats. It didn't deliver.
Forget Russian hackers, the Supreme Court's gerrymandering decision just crippled American democracy
The Supreme Court's decision in redistricting cases out of Maryland and North Carolina removes any obstacles to outright partisan gerrymandering.
U.S. Supreme Court expected to rule Thursday on Maryland gerrymandering case
The U.S. Supreme Court is expected to rule Thursday morning on a high-profile case alleging unconstitutional partisan gerrymandering in Maryland.
Public deserves to know more about new Dunbar principal
The Baltimore school board needs to be more forthcoming about the hiring of a new Dunbar High School principal investigated for graduation discrepancies in DC.
Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan directs agencies to save energy in state buildings
Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan is directing two state agencies to develop an initiative to save energy in state-owned buildings.
Miller to meet with Gov. Hogan to urge releasing funds for Baltimore police reform, school construction
Maryland Senate President Mike Miller will meet with Gov. Larry Hogan to appeal for millions to fund technology for Baltimore police and school construction.
Maryland Gov. Hogan closes state offices for July 5, gives state employees day off
Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan is extending the July 4 holiday an extra day for state employees — closing state offices the next day.
Maryland just adopted some of the strongest clean energy goals in the nation, but not everybody got the memo
Marylanders support renewable energy and reject greenhouse gas emissions so why is government still not entirely on board?
Jack Evans to resign from Metro board after probe shows he ‘knowingly’ violated rules
Washington Metro board chairman Jack Evans violated the panel's ethics code, a law firm retained to investigate him has found, and he will resign.
Maryland Republican Party to host Vice President Mike Pence at annual fundraising dinner
Vice President Mike Pence is scheduled to attend the Maryland Republican Party's annual "Red, White and Blue" dinner.
UMMS board members donated to Maryland governor
Md. senator: Gov. Larry Hogan appointed UMMS board members who had donated to his campaign. While that's not illegal, it does further erode public trust.
Maryland spending board approves $27 million contract to demolish closed Baltimore jail
The Maryland Board of Public Works approved a $27 million contract to demolish the shuttered Baltimore detention center.
Marylanders want great schools — and increasingly, politicians are willing to raise taxes to provide them
Even some Republicans in Baltimore-area local governments are showing a willingness to raise taxes to fund schools.
Four-year odyssey for Maryland judge's fight against a complaint ends in state's refusal to pay her legal bill
Maryland District Judge Mary C. Reese was found in violation of codes of judicial conduct but the Court of Appeals disagreed and cleared her.
Maryland Gov. Hogan sets up new computer security office to protect state networks
Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan has signed an executive order to strengthen the state's defenses against cyber attacks.
WMATA chair violated ethics codes, probe finds; Maryland Gov. Hogan calls for resignation, further details
Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan and Virginia Gov. Ralph S. Northam have called on WMATA to release details on the ethics probe of its chairman Jack Evans.
Gov. Hogan will spend taxpayer money on football stadiums, but not symphonies
Gov. Larry Hogan was quick to support money to pay for a new stadium for the Washington Redskins football team, but doesn't want to help the BSO stay afloat.
Many American orchestras have emerged stronger from lockouts and strikes; the BSO can too
The Baltimore Symphony Orchestra lockout is a disappointing development, but it need not mean the end of classical music as we know it in Baltimore.
How the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra found itself in trouble
The Baltimore Symphony Orchestra has been in turmoil this month. Here's what you need to know.
Amid UMMS leadership shake-up, a longtime Democratic insider holds on — despite questions
Some in Maryland, including Gov. Larry Hogan, wonder what role Mark Wasserman played in the self-dealing scandal at UMMS, given his usual role there.
Democrats push Hogan to release money for school construction, community colleges, rape kit testing
Democrats ramp up calls for Gov. Larry Hogan to release more than $200 million of spending the General Assembly amended into the state budget.
Maryland recoups money spent on botched health exchange rollout under settlement with IBM
Maryland will recoup millions spent on the disastrous roll-out of the state’s health exchange created under the Affordable Care Act.
R. Clayton Mitchell, former Maryland House speaker, dies at 83
Former Maryland House Speaker Roy Clayton Mitchell Jr. died Thursday. He was 83.
Baltimore County NAACP calls for ethics probe of state delegate for 'hang them high' Facebook comment
Baltimore County NAACP filed an ethics complaint against Del. Robin Grammer for a Facebook post they say referred to lynching.
Former Maryland Sen. Frank Kelly resigns from UMMS board amid shake-up
Former state Sen. Francis X. Kelly resigned from the University of Maryland Medical System Board of Directors Friday, days after he had been asked to return.
Hogan's proposed toll roads will reduce traffic
Gov. Larry Hogan's $9 billion plan to expand Maryland highways and pay for it with tolls will help ease traffic congestion.
Baltimore County to host free July concert featuring BSO musicians; Hogan unlikely to release BSO funds
Baltimore County officials announced a free July 3rd concert featuring Baltimore Symphony Orchestra musicians to replace a cancelled BSO performance.
Hogan, lawmakers outraged over UMMS 'self-dealing' report
Gov. Larry Hogan and influential Democratic lawmakers are reacting with outrage to the latest revelations of self-dealing and no-bid contracting at UMMS.
Maryland Gov. Hogan, Baltimore Mayor Young mark progress in razing city's vacant homes. How much is unclear.
Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan and Baltimore Mayor Bernard C. "Jack" Young are marking progress in a city-state partnership that demolishes vacant homes.
UMMS wants us to believe it has changed its ways. Can we?
The University of Maryland Medical System is trying to show that it has learned from its self-dealing scandal, we remain skeptical.
Maryland Gov. Hogan names 11 new members to UMMS board plagued by contracting scandal
Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan has named his first batch of new appointees to the troubled board of directors at the University of Maryland Medical System.
After Tubman, how about fixing 'Maryland, My Maryland' state song?
If Harriet Tubman gets her due, then perhaps Maryland can also adopt a less racist state song.
Baltimore City Detention Center demolition cost estimated at $27.5 million
Maryland officials are moving forward with a $27.5 million plan to demolish about 35 structures in the closed Baltimore City Detention Center.
Maryland Gov. Hogan to Trump administration: Put Harriet Tubman on the $20 bill
Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan is urging the Trump administration to reconsider its decision to delay putting Harriet Tubman on the $20 bill.
BSO musicians are the ones who are suffering
Maryland must rally behind BSO and the musicians who are getting hit hardest by cutbacks.
Gov. Hogan wants Tubman on the $20. He can do something much more persuasive than writing a letter.
Here's how Maryland can pressure the Trump administration to replace Andrew Jackson on the $20 with Harriet Tubman.
Hogan and the legislature are on a school funding collision course. Here are five things to keep in mind as the Kirwan debate unfolds
Gov. Larry Hogan and the Democrats in the legislature appear on a collision course over school funding.
Why are we so afraid of single payer in Maryland?
Despite interest from advocacy groups and legislators, we are still working to establish some traction for single payer in Maryland. What are we afraid of?