Martin O'Malley

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Former Baltimore Mayor Thomas D’Alesandro III, Brother of Nancy Pelosi, Dies at 90

Known as “Young Tommy,” D’Alesandro III presided over the city during tumultuous period, including the ’68 riots.

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Could New City Council President Brandon Scott Be Baltimore’s Next Mayor?

Former Rawlings-Blake staffer just bulked up his resume for 2020 bid.

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​Iowa: Cruz Wins; Clinton-Sanders Split; O’Malley Quits

Former Maryland governor “suspends” campaign; Carson fourth in GOP primary.

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2015: Year in Review

Twenty moments in the year that changed Baltimore.

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​On Body Language: Why is Ben Carson Connecting With Voters and Martin O’Malley Isn't?

We asked a half-dozen communication experts to assess the two candidates.

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Can Martin O’Malley Give Struggling Campaign a Jumpstart in Debate?

Former Maryland Governor expected to perform well. And he needs to.

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Will Fourth Try Be Charm for Charm City Bikeshare?

With $2.8 million in seed money, City again seeks vendors for bicycle initiative.

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Scorecard: League of Conservation Voters Gives State Legislators High Marks

Group says General Assembly made progress in protecting environment and Bay last session.​​

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Atop Federal Hill, O'Malley Makes Presidential Bid Official

Former mayor and governor rails against inequality, pledges an economy that 'works for everyone.'

Outside World

Maryland at No. 10 in Bike Friendly Rankings

State remains in solid position, but drops three spots overall.

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​Is Ben Carson the Republican Frontrunner for 2016?

Former Hopkins' neurosurgeon handily wins major southern Republican straw poll.

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​Ben Carson Makes Presidential Bid Official

Famed Johns Hopkins neurosurgeon is a star among some conservatives.

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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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Breaking Beer: O'Malley and Simon

The Maryland governor and The Wire creator make peace over Coronas on Amtrak.

Outside World

Climbing: Maryland Moves To 7th in Bicycle-Friendly Ranking

State improves four slots in annual League of American Bicyclists' report.

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Legalize It? General Assembly Debating New Marijuana Laws

Baltimore and Howard County senators sponsor pot decriminalization bill.

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20 Events of 2013: Jail scandal stuns, embarrasses city

Scandal at the Baltimore City Dentention Center

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20 Events of 2013: Maryland abolishes death penalty

As of October 1, no one else will be sentenced to death in Maryland.

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20 Events of 2013: Maryland gets tough on guns

New laws restricting handgun purchases

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