By Lisa Desjardins
President Trump is verbally assaulting the city of Baltimore. On Monday, civil rights activist Al Sharpton and Maryland Republicans Gov. Larry Hogan and former Lt. Gov. Michael Steele all slammed Trump’s attacks on Rep. Elijah Cummings, D-Md., and Baltimore, which…
By Steve Peoples, Zeke Miller, Associated Press
In a Thursday interview with The Associated Press, the 62-year-old Republican raised serious concerns about President Trump's leadership but said he had no interest in a "kamikaze mission."…
The past month saw a political climate of extreme division in Washington, D.C., over the partial government shutdown. But some leaders at the state and local levels are striving for improved bipartisanship and compromise. On Monday, Judy Woodruff sat down…
On Monday, Republican Govs. Larry Hogan of Maryland and Chris Sununu of New Hampshire and Democratic Gov. Tom Wolf of Pennsylvania are sitting down to discuss state-level politics.
By Associated Press
Leaders of the bipartisan National Governors Association are urging President Donald Trump and congressional leaders to end the partial government shutdown, telling them "a federal government shutdown should not be a negotiating tactic as disagreements are resolved."…
Hogan defeated Democrat Ben Jealous on Tuesday to become the first Republican governor to win re-election since 1954 and only the second to do so in the state's history.
By David McFadden, Associated Press
"We are so preliminary in this investigation," Harford County Sheriff Jeffrey Gahler said. "It's so important that we deal in facts."…
By PBS NewsHour
The governors of Maryland and Oregon are making an urgent call for greater federal help to deal with the opioid epidemic in their hard-hit states. Gov. Larry Hogan, R-Md., and Gov. Kate Brown, D-Ore., sit down with William Brangham to…
In our news wrap Monday, Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan announced he has cancer of the lymph nodes. While the disease is “very advanced,” he says he plans to continue in office while receiving treatment. Also, 31 civilians were wounded in…
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