- House OKs special panel to probe Planned Parenthood Updated: Oct-07-15 5:38 pm
WASHINGTON - The Republican-led House voted Wednesday to create a special panel to investigate Planned Parenthood and its procurement of fetal tissue as the GOP continued pressing an issue that has galvanized conservatives since secret videos surfaced this summer.
- Rep. C.A. Dutch Ruppersberger not running for US Senate Updated: Sep-29-15 5:33 pm
ANNAPOLIS, Maryland - Maryland Rep. C.A. Dutch Ruppersberger said Tuesday he will run for re-election to his House seat in 2016, instead of running for the Senate seat that will open up when Sen. Barbara Mikulski retires next year.
- Cummings, Ruppersberger, still mum on Senate bids Updated: Sep-28-15 1:02 pm
WASHINGTON - Reps. Elijah Cummings and C.A. Dutch Ruppersberger say they plan to make announcements in the near future about potential bids for Senate.
- US awards Baltimore $1M to defray police costs during riots Updated: Sep-24-15 3:54 pm
BALTIMORE - The U.S. Department of Justice has awarded Baltimore more than $1 million to help defray police costs during the spring riots after Freddie Gray's death.
- Pastor drops out of Congressional race 8 days after entering Updated: Sep-22-15 10:52 pm
BALTIMORE - Jamal Bryant, a pastor who was highly visible during the unrest in Baltimore after Freddie Gray's death and who announced last week that he was running for Congress, dropped out of the race Tuesday.
- Agency chief: Air marshals in sex scandal should leave Updated: Sep-17-15 6:39 pm
WASHINGTON - Three federal air marshals accused of hiring prostitutes and recording at least one sexual encounter with a government-issued device are not representative of the Federal Air Marshal Service, the agency's head told lawmakers Thursday.
- Baltimore pastor announces bid for Congress Updated: Sep-14-15 3:31 pm
BALTIMORE - A pastor who was highly visible during the unrest in Baltimore after Freddie Gray's death says he's running for Congress.
- Ex-State Dept. worker refuses to testify on Clinton emails Updated: Sep-10-15 3:37 pm
WASHINGTON - A former State Department employee who helped set up and maintain Hillary Rodham Clinton's private email server refused to testify to a House committee Thursday, and his lawyers said he won't testify before any congressional committees.