Senators: Obama Nominates Georgetown Professor as Judge Maryland's senators say President Barack Obama has nominated a visiting professor at the Georgetown University Law Center to fill a vacancy on the Fourth Circuit of the U.S. Court of Appeals.
2 Confirmed as Judges in Federal Court in Maryland The U.S. Senate has confirmed two men to serve as judges on U.S. District Court in Greenbelt, Maryland.
Congressional Reps Decry Mail Delays for Residents Maryland's congressional representatives have demanded that the postmaster general restore regular mail delivery to parts of the state after residents complained of service disruptions.
The Most Viewed Stories of ’13With the year coming to an end, we've compiled the news stories you viewed the most in 2013.
Maryland Receives $19 Million in Superstorm Sandy Aid The Department of Housing and Urban Development is awarding $19 million in aid to Maryland communities hit by Superstorm Sandy.
Mikulski Pushes for Panel on Service Academy HeadsSen. Barbara Mikulski is calling attention to a new commission that would focus on how well superintendents of military service academies are working to fight sexual assault.
Mikulski Calls for Oversight at Service AcademiesSen. Barbara Mikulski has called on the nation's defense secretary to increase oversight and accountability of military service academy superintendents in response to increasing rates of sexual assaults.
Mikulski, Cardin Win with Ravens, Collect "San Francisco Feast"Maryland's U.S. senators are enjoying the spoils of victory following the Baltimore Ravens' win in the Super Bowl.
Md. Politicians Salute Ravens on Super Bowl Win The Baltimore Ravens are receiving good wishes and congratulations from all corners, including from members of Maryland's congressional delegation.
Mikulski's 'Paycheck Fairness Act' Would Allow Employees to Discuss SalariesA 'Paycheck Fairness Act' introduced to Congress last week would require employers to show pay disparity is related to job-performance and prohibit retaliation for sharing salary information with coworkers.
Federal Agency To Gain Safety Oversight For Metro Stemming From 2009 CrashMetro's red line crash three years ago that killed nine people is leading to greater federal oversight of public transit systems.