WASHINGTON – The Obama administration’s tightening of pollution regulations for new coal-fired power plants Tuesday is a step in the right direction, Maryland politicians and environmentalists said, but some said […]
Capital News Service reporter Sarah Hogue, 20, had a ringside seat for the historic debate on President Obama’s health care reform package on Wednesday. Here is her account of what […]
Our modern lifestyles can take a toll on our skin. Lack of sleep, pollutants, and stress are all contributing factors to signs of aging, dryness, irritation and blotchiness. While makeup […]
ANNAPOLIS—In an effort to help counties match state school spending, legislators have introduced a bill to help fix what many consider to be a broken maintenance of effort law. Currently, […]
ROCKVILLE – One morning last week, Jorge Steven Acuna, a 19-year-old aspiring surgeon, was preparing for another day of school at Montgomery College in Germantown. Moments later, U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement Officers [& ...
COLLEGE PARK – Under Mitt Romney’s leadership, investment firm Bain Capital had some notable successes—and some equally notable failures—when buying companies to turn around. Their record in Maryland is no […]
WASHINGTON - In a roundtable discussion today at the U.S. Department of Education, Maryland’s best teachers evaluated and discussed innovative ways to recruit, prepare, support, retain and reward teachers. Twenty-two […]
WASHINGTON – The University of Maryland in Prince George’s County’s College Park has an 82 percent graduation rate. Just miles away in Largo, Prince George’s County Community College has a […]