Leading liberals would rule if Democrats win Congress Major change possible in philosophical slant of committee chairmen; CAMPAIGN 1996
Campaign 'greenscamming' alleged Conservationists say candidates distort environmental records; CAMPAIGN 1996
Tuning up for an encore Rally: Democratic Sen. Barbara A. Mikulski launches her 1998 re-election campaign with oldies, memories of doughnuts and a video.
Law signed to keep ballast out of bay Foreign ships must trade water in the ocean
11th Million Dollar party boasts a wealth of tradition
NAACP reports financial solvency Mfume had inherited $3.2 million debt
Governor's 'wicked box' dilemma Choice: If Gov. Parris N. Glendening names Robert M. Bell chief judge of the Court of Appeals, his choice could not be more fitting -- or more awkward if Bell isn't picked.
U.S. arms Colombia in drug fight Critics fear risk of role in a 'dirty war' there
Aid packages aimed at fighting Western Md. floods announced Federal-state task force to seek long-term solutions
Pat and Art Modell throw a party worth raving about
Reserved Sarbanes is passionate on re-electing Clinton He delivers call to arms at caucus of Md. delegates; DEMOCRATIC CONVENTION; CAMPAIGN 1996
Mikulski has writer's bloc Publishing: The senator lures the bigwigs of politics and the press to introduce her novel at the news-starved convention.
Maryland delegates get upbeat marching orders Campaign emphasizes repetition of themes on Clinton successes; DEMOCRATIC CONVENTION; CAMPAIGN 1996
Sarbanes' 'New Deal' stance Welfare: Some looked at Maryland Sen. Paul S. Sarbanes' vote against the welfare reform bill and said he won't be running again -- not so, says his staff.
'Little Dutch' wears many hats Michael H. Davis is Ruppersberger's spokesman, and more
House approves health care bill Flurry of activity in Congress covers welfare, wages, taxes
Slot machines good for racing, not just...
DeJuliis accelerates fund-raising efforts But incumbent Ehrlich has more cash on hand
Farmers, food processors to be encouraged to export Officials say overseas sales are vital, despite prices here
Funds for Poplar Island backed by House panel Dredge disposal project could cost $300 million
Having a brush with fame, with affection,...
House speeds gas-tax repeal Approval is bipartisan, despite doubts about its benefit to motorists
Campaign fund-raiser admits guilt Democratic backer laundered $46,000 from Indian Embassy; Gadhia faces 5-year term; Four Md. lawmakers unwittingly took illegal donations
Democrats targeting 2nd District Republican Ehrlich is seen vulnerable in Gingrich backlash; 'Best opportunity' in Md.; Freshman's backers say his conservatism in line with voters'
Help needed to combat terrorismThe March 10...
Spurred by Ripken, Clinton throws 'real' strike He shuns carpeted area for a pitch from mound
Item veto to be law U.S. presidents have coveted device since days of Grant; Court challenge likely; Exemptions included, such as big tax cuts and entitlements
Columbus Center gets FDA operation Top seafood scientists to move into new lab at Inner Harbor site
County executive shouldn't appoint school boardAs co-chairman...
Clinton budget extends rail lines in Md., but promises little for federal workers More job reductions likely; pay raise is limited to 3%
Clinton budget slates Md. dredge-project aid $22 million allocated to using Poplar Island as spoil-disposal site
Housing agencies serving the city separate entitiesI...
Injured woman's plight outrages U.S. senators Mikulski demands Saudis return accused soldier
Don't be fooled by speech, Dole warns GOP candidate calls Clinton 'rear guard of welfare state'; STATE OF THE UNION
An alcoholic fights to keep Social Security disability Bill in Congress gains wide approval, but some critics worry
Government shutdown strains Md. employees Help with mortgages, counseling offered to workers in crisis
Senate breaks ranks on budget In split with House, Dole pushes bill to reopen government
Pupils can be problems in schoolAs a...
Students turn tables, hand out report cards Capitol Hill lawmakers get environmental grades
Whitewater committee rejects compromise White House offers to provide meeting notes, with conditions
In Greece, a crisis of succession Hospitalized: Prime Minister Andreas Papandreou, 76, remains in power even though doctors say it is doubtful he could fully return to his duties. The power vacuum is affecting one of NATO's key players in the Balkans.
Most staff of Maryland delegation are working 7 of 10 in House, Senate keep all workers on job
Girding for run against Cardin
Neighborhood's activists get results in Congress
Impasse broken on memorial to slaughter of Poles
Aberdeen Proving Ground seeks personnel center
Proving Ground seeks civilian personnel center
Whitewater hearings just raise more questions
REP. BARNEY FRANK accused mild, befuddled House...
BethShip's bid for Navy work is not dead yet