Barbara Mikulski

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Why Did Senator Kamala Harris Choose Baltimore for Campaign Headquarters?

Former California Attorney General becomes the fourth woman to enter the 2020 presidential race.

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Women Legislators Emerge in Record Numbers

Nonprofit Emerge Maryland identifies and trains women seeking political office in the state—and it’s working.

Arts & Culture

Role Models

We profile some of our city's most beloved icons.

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Barbara Mikulski Finds Ford's Testimony "Very Credible" in Kavanaugh Hearings

Former Maryland senator witnessed treatment of Anita Hill first hand.

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Watch Sen. Barbara Mikulski Give Final Speech on Senate Floor

The longtime senator thanks Maryland and talks about 45 years of service.

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Maryland Community Reacts to Election Results

From local politicians to activists, local residents reacted strongly to election results.

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Donald J. Trump Elected U.S. President

Controversial businessman pulls off one of the biggest upsets in U.S. political history.

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Goucher Poll: Clinton Boasts 33 Percent Lead over Trump in Maryland

Three-quarters of state voters hold unfavorable view of real estate mogul.

History & Politics

Senator Barb

How did the daughter of Polish grocers become dean of the U.S. Senate women?

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Historic Flooding Devastates Ellicott City and Portions of Baltimore City

Storms cause two deaths and extensive damage to local businesses.

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Hillary Clinton Makes Baltimore Campaign Stop

Democratic frontrunner picks up new endorsement from Cummings.

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Friday Replay: Manny Machado Wins Big at Westminster Dog Show

And four other things that happened in local sports this week.

News & Community

2015: Year in Review

Twenty moments in the year that changed Baltimore.

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Federal Agents to Embed with City Homicide Detectives

New “B-FED” task force organized to help end three-month spike in killings.

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​Department of Justice Announces Investigation into Freddie Gray's Death

Cummings calls for "Ferguson-type" study after Baltimore man's death a week after being taken into custody.

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Ben Carson Takes Big Step Toward Presidential Bid

In busy news cycle, Hopkins' neurosurgeon among first to formally explore 2016 campaign.

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Mikulski: 'I Won't Be Seeking 6th Term'

Baltimore-native, the longest-serving woman in Congressional history, won't run in 2016.

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