Vice President Mike Pence visited Baltimore on Wednesday, presenting an award to an Annapolis man at a conference of Hispanic law enforcement officials before touring the local office of the U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE).
The ruling is a big victory for CNN and the press against Trump, who has been lashing out more than ever since the midterm elections. But larger issues in the war that Trump has declared on media remain.
CNN is suing President Donald Trump and top aides on the White House communications team in an effort to get correspondent Jim Acosta’s press credentials immediately restored, the network announced this morning.
Even by the contentious standards of President Trump’s generally troubled relationship with press, what happened Wednesday at the White House between him and reporters from CNN, NBC, PBS and American Urban Radio Networks is truly shocking. His response to CNN's Jim Acosta is beyond the pale.
Since coming to Baltimore, the dapper diner has partied poolside at the Sagamore Pendry hotel, tasted ceviche in Fells Point, and sipped Sangiovese in Little Italy. He’s also left a trail of servers waiting for him to pay.
A good manager balances the good and bad in everyone and every situation. Public humiliation, as President Trump demonstrates frequently with the Justice Department, the FBI, and members of his cabinet, earn him disloyalty, not loyalty.
As discussions continue about “common sense” gun laws, one of the most basic things that could be addressed — and something that both the anti-gun folks and responsible, law-abiding firearm owners should be able to agree on — is stronger requirements for the safe storage of guns.
Warren Olney, host and executive producer of To the Point, recalls a summer evening in 1954, when he and a high school classmate walked up to the White House steel fence, unzipped their pants, and violated the perimeter. The fact that such a crime is impossible today is not progress.
From our current understanding of the risk factors and trends associated with gun-related violence secondary to mass shootings, which are extremely rare events, a more practical approach would be to invest our resources to another public health crisis, which is suicide.
Democratic Rep. John Delaney's deliberation over whether to run for governor next year has created a political free-for-all in the state's westernmost congressional district, with a half dozen prominent Democrats expressing interest in his seat.
As founder and president of the National Center for Citizen Safety, the Ellicott City resident has made it her duty to teach people of all ages how fast and effective decision-making can safe lives when there's an active assailant.
As our country shows a greater disparity between those at the top and the rest of us, and we are about to witness a presidential cabinet of billionaires, it is more important than ever to share — in various groups; through churches, mosques and synagogues; and as individuals. For people are far more important than any of the stuff we acquire.
Before the Department of Homeland Security presented Sen. Barbara A. Mikulski with an award Wednesday, the Secret Service put on a quick show for the outgoing lawmaker at its training campus in Beltsville.
Supporters of Donald Trump and opponents plan to rally downtown Monday, setting the stage for possible showdowns as the Republican presidential candidate is scheduled to address National Guard officers from around the country that afternoon in Baltimore.
As the 15th anniversary of the 9/11 terrorist attacks approaches, state and local officials discuss the improvements in emergency preparedness over the last decade as well as ongoing education in the community.
After Bill Clinton's extramarital affairs were deemed not part of a right-wing conspiracy, his wife, Hillary, decided to stand by her man. I watched her interview on "60 Minutes" in 1992, when Hillary said she wasn't "sitting here like some little woman standing by my man like Tammy Wynette," even though that's exactly what she was doing, with my jaw bouncing off the floor, wondering what could possibly cause this decision.