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By Brian Witte, Scott Bauer, James Pollard, Associated Press
In our news wrap Wednesday, Ukraine's first lady Olena Zelenska appealed directly to the Congress for more weapons and financial support, Ukrainian forces used U.S.-supplied rockets to blast a bridge critical to Russia, the UN says Afghanistan has seen some…
The recent surge of COVID-19 and the new and contagious delta variant have the Biden administration as well as state and local officials facing tough decisions, including whether to impose vaccine mandates. Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan joins Judy Woodruff to…
By PBS NewsHour
Hogan is scheduled to attend a bill signing Wednesday afternoon with lawmakers at Bowie State University.
By Associated Press
American governors are on the front lines of the fight against COVID-19 -- and the economic collapse it prompted. Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan, a Republican, is chairman of the National Governors Association, and he has spoken out recently about failures…
By Matthew Barakat, Associated Press
Unlike other areas of the country that are itching to reopen, wealthy suburbs in northern Virginia and Maryland are insisting on staying shut down.
Many of the nation’s governors have expressed concerns about returning to a more normal course of business without greatly expanding testing.
By Stephanie Sy
President Trump and some state governors are arguing over who should decide how to reopen the U.S. economy after the coronavirus pandemic -- and when. Meanwhile, New York’s death toll from COVID-19 has passed 10,000, and meat-processing plants in Pennsylvania…
Governors across the country are working together to ensure frontline medical workers receive the protective gear that can keep them from contracting or transmitting COVID-19. Maryland’s Larry Hogan is the chairman of the National Governors Association, and he joins Judy…
Governor Larry Hogan said medical experts are advising that "in two weeks time, the DC, Virginia and Maryland areas could look like New York and the Tri-State area."…
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