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Gov. Doug Ducey gives an update on the COVID-19 pandemic response during an April 22, 2020, press conference.

President Donald Trump and U.S. Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell have questioned whether the federal government should provide aid to state and local governments that are facing massive fiscal problems as they grapple with the COVID-19 crisis, dimming the hopes of governors and mayors who have asked Congress and the White House for financial lifelines. Read more»

Democratic presidential candidate Martin O’Malley

Democratic presidential candidate Martin O’Malley often says Maryland earned or achieved “the highest median income of any state in America” when he was governor. Read more»

Former Supreme Court Justice John Paul Stevens

In Supreme Court Justice John Paul Stevens' judgment om a Maryland redistricting plan, drawing district lines to benefit one party violates the right of citizens to equal protection under the law. Read more»

New Yorkers play Slip 'n' Slide in Times Square early Sunday as Hurricane Irene made its way into the city.

Hurricane Irene barreled into New York City early Sunday after making its second landfall at Little Egg Inlet, New Jersey, near Atlantic City. Read more»

In a foreboding ruling for the Obama administration, a federal judge in Florida decreed Thursday that a legal challenge to the new health care law by officials from 20 states could move forward. Read more»

Democrats and Republicans are continuing efforts to use the health reform law to their advantage as the American public sorts outs its feelings on the subject. Read more»

David Johnson (center) switched careers to become a teacher in Indiana.

Ana Arroyo-Montano spent the first year fearing she’d be fired. After training in the Boston Teacher Residency program, the business major with five years’ experience in financial aid services wasn’t prepared for a room of kindergartners who didn’t speak English. Read more»