Mr. Trump's glandular, impulsive and often vindictive character is the only reliable signal in the noise that is his presidency. Any conspiracy theory that doesn't take this into account is not likely to pan out.
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.
Advisor of Liberty High USO Club writes to thank businesses who donated to allow the group to do its work; another writer wonders if President Trump supporters will continue to support him if Robert Mueller's investigation shows he received assistance from a foreign country to get elected.
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.
About 200 people gathered outside the Catonsville Fire Station on Frederick Road Thursday, rallying in support of Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s investigation and protesting President Donald Trump’s actions related to it.
Now that the Democrats have won the House, but not the Senate, a chorus of smarty-pants will insist the president faces only nuisance House investigations, no real check. That is not true, and here’s why.
It appears that Jamal Khashoggi, a Washington Post columnist and legal resident of the United States, has been murdered in a plan likely developed and carried out by the Saudi Arabia government inside their Istanbul consulate. Why is Trump afraid to criticize Saudi Arabia?
Democracy is a fragile thing; one of the things that separate it from a police state is its justice system, law enforcement and unbiased prosecution of those accused of breaking the law. History teaches us that the surest path from a democracy to a totalitarian state is for those in power to shape
Secretary of State Colin Powell used to talk about the Pottery Barn Rule: If you break something, such as a foreign government, you’ve bought it. Unfortunately, the U.S. has a long history of intervening and leaving chaos behind. This is what I call the Blowback Rule of unintended consequences.
A U.S. Department of Homeland Security team is in Maryland this week to evaluate the state's election systems, after officials learned last month about a transaction between a venture fund with Russian ties and a company involved in the state's election infrastructure.
Trump has known about the meddling since his election but it wasn’t until this past July 27 that he used a meeting of his most senior national security advisers to discuss any effort to protect the electoral process.
Maryland's U.S. senators Ben Cardin and Chris Van Hollen on Tuesday asked Treasury Secretary Steven T. Mnuchin to investigate a Russian investor's ties to a company that manages the state's election technology.
Collusion with the enemy is betraying your country. It is an impeachable defense — one of the few sins our founding fathers saw fit to considering removing the top executive over — and it’s hard to differentiate whether or to what extent one’s hand is in the cookie jar.
The bias of the national news media is so blatantly negative to President Trump, they lack the courage to report on the successes of Trump’s incredible economic boom, tax cuts, consumer confidence at a 17 year high, unemployment at historic lows, deregulation spurring investment...
Less than 24 hours after Facebook announced it had shut down several suspicious accounts that appeared designed to influence the 2018 U.S. elections, Donald Trump was back on Twitter muddying the waters.
Whoever's side you believe in the dispute about what happened when President Donald Trump met with the publisher of the New York Times, one thing is indisputable — his rhetoric is giving license to those who oppose a free press.
There’s only one way for Maryland officials to do right by voters now: Tear up the state’s agreement with its elections contractor and remove their data from the vendor, ByteGrid, which has Russian investors, including an oligarch connected to Vladimir Putin. Cut it off — immediately.
The Russian ambassador to the United States, Anatoly Antonov, has reported that “important verbal agreements were made,” in the two-hour, closed-door meeting between Donald Trump and Vladimir Putin. Such clandestine talks brings to mind a song from the musical “Hamilton."