O'Malley Won't Seek Mikulski Seat, Keeps White House OptionFormer Maryland Gov. Martin O'Malley said Tuesday he will not seek the Senate seat of retiring Sen. Barbara Mikulski, keeping open his option of running for president in a Democratic primary likely to include Hillary Rodham Clinton.
O'Malley Makes 2 Hires to His PACFormer Maryland Gov. Martin O'Malley has hired two people to his political action committee as he considers running for president in 2016.
5 Bodies Found During Search of Md. Mansion After FireOne more body has been recovered from the site of the Annapolis mansion fire that burned the home to the ground early Monday morning.
Outgoing Maryland Gov. O'Malley Discusses PlansOutgoing Maryland Gov. Martin O'Malley says he's still seriously considering a run for president in 2016, and he is planning speaking events around the country after he leaves office next week.
Maryland Governor to Join Hopkins as Visiting ProfessorOutgoing Maryland Gov. Martin O'Malley will join the Johns Hopkins University business school as a visiting faculty member.
Maryland Lawmakers Gear up for Budget WorkMaryland's budget and other state fiscal matters are expected to be the priority of the upcoming legislative session.
Md. Board OKs Plan to Address $410M Budget HoleA Maryland board has approved a plan to address about $410 million of a budget shortfall for the current fiscal year to better position the state to tackle a deficit in the next fiscal year.
O'Malley to Bring up to $400M in Cuts to BoardGov. Martin O'Malley says he plans to bring up to $400 million in state budget cuts to the Maryland Board of Public Works.
Last 4 on Md. Death Row to Have Sentences CommutedMaryland Gov. Martin O'Malley says he will commute the capital sentences of the state's last four inmates on death row to life in prison.
O'Malley Appoints Delegate to JudgeshipA Maryland state lawmaker has been appointed to be a judge in Anne Arundel County Circuit Court.
Md. Death Row Inmate To Argue Before Appeals CourtAttorneys for a man on Maryland's death row will argue before an appeals court that his sentence is illegal because the state no longer has a death penalty.