Jamal Bryant to End His House Campaign
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Jamal Bryant to End His House Campaign

(Baltimore Sun) – Saying that his church is his first priority, the Rev. Jamal H.…

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Baltimore Homicide Uptick: Anti-Crime Partnership Launched
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Baltimore Homicide Uptick: Anti-Crime Partnership Launched

JULIET LINDERMAN, Associated Press BALTIMORE (AP) — Baltimore police and civic leaders launched a partnership…

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In Senate Bid, Rep. Donna Edwards Faces Scrutiny Over Her Views on Israel
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In Senate Bid, Rep. Donna Edwards Faces Scrutiny Over Her Views on Israel

  (The Washington Post) – Forget what’s in her heart. Some members of Maryland’s Jewish…

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Some Dems Echo GOP’s ‘No Compromise’ Demand in Primaries
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Some Dems Echo GOP’s ‘No Compromise’ Demand in Primaries

CHARLES BABINGTON, Associated Press WASHINGTON (AP) — Republicans from sharply conservative House districts have won…

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Elijah Cummings’ Role in Maryland Senate Race: Candidate or Kingmaker?
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Elijah Cummings’ Role in Maryland Senate Race: Candidate or Kingmaker?

  (Politico) – It took only a few hours after Maryland Sen. Barbara Mikulski made…

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AP Sources: Edwards to Seek Maryland Senate Seat
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AP Sources: Edwards to Seek Maryland Senate Seat

ERICA WERNER, Associated Press WASHINGTON (AP) — Democratic Rep. Donna Edwards of Maryland intends to…

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People with Old Social Security Debts Get Reprieve
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People with Old Social Security Debts Get Reprieve

STEPHEN OHLEMACHER, Associated Press WASHINGTON (AP) — People with old Social Security debts are getting…

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Top Lawmakers Wrapping Up Catchall Spending Bill
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Top Lawmakers Wrapping Up Catchall Spending Bill

ANDREW TAYLOR, Associated Press WASHINGTON (AP) — Top congressional negotiators raced to complete an agreement…

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