by Natasha Geiling Apr 8, 2016
Maryland became the first state to pass legislation banning a class of pesticide thought to be harmful to crucial pollinators.
by Samantha Page Apr 6, 2016
"He claimed that he was not coordinating with the governor's office to impact future decisions at the commission, and the emails show that he was."
by Samantha Page Mar 29, 2016
A new coalition of attorneys general from across the United States has pledged to combat climate change -- by investigating fossil fuel companies, to start.
by Lindsay Gibbs Mar 20, 2016
Sixty-four percent of those hit by stun guns in Maryland over the past three years were black men.
by Katie Valentine Mar 18, 2016
Maryland is starting to take its bees seriously.
by Natasha Geiling Feb 3, 2016
The Poultry Litter Management Act would require poultry producers in Maryland to be solely responsible for the chicken manure that their contract farmers produce.
by Alice Ollstein Sep 20, 2015
"We saved about 1,000 lives, probably," said the former Baltimore mayor of his harsh criminal justice record.
by Alice Ollstein Aug 27, 2015
"Our legal system can be and all too often is stacked against those who have the least power, who are the most vulnerable," said Hillary Clinton, who has taken donations from the hedge funds preying on Baltimore residents.
by Alan Pyke Aug 18, 2015
Maryland's housing agency will continue to be lead by a man who suggested low-income mothers willfully poison their children to score free housing.
by Bryce Covert Jun 24, 2015
Montgomery County, Maryland just passed the country's 23rd and most robust paid sick leave law.