Tag: hillary clinton

Hillary Clinton to Speak at June Fundraiser in Fells Point

Hillary Clinton speaks in Phoenix in March 2016. Photo by Gage Skidmore, via Wikimedia Commons.

Hillary Clinton will return to Charm City next month for the first time in more than a year to help Rep. Elijah Cummings raise money for one of his youth programs.

Ex-Maryland Prosecutor Rod Rosenstein Strongly Influenced Trump’s Firing of FBI Director James Comey

Courtesy Maryland State Bar Association

Rod Rosenstein, Maryland’s longtime federal prosecutor-turned-Jeff Sessions underling, played a major role in President Donald Trump’s controversial decision to can the head of the FBI on Tuesday.

Legislative Aide to Md. Delegate Canned for Operating Anti-Clinton Fake News Site

A screenshot of Cameron Harris’ most popular fabricated story, Courtesy Statehouse News Bureau

The mastermind of one fake news outlet that disseminated made-up stories about Hillary Clinton this fall was not a Russian spy or Macedonian mischief-maker; he was a recently graduated ex-college quarterback and fraternity leader worked for a Republican Maryland delegate.

Board of Elections Livestreams Electoral College Members Casting Votes for Clinton

Photo by Kevin Galens – Flickr

In a first, the state elections board today gave the public a glimpse of the most important, but least understood part of the presidential electoral process.

Story About Maryland Rejecting Electoral College Deemed Fake


Hillary-Clinton-calls-for-overhaul-of-criminal-justice-system-in-wake-of-Baltimore-riotsLast week, Marylanders seeking silver linings to last week’s election results may have seen a story sloshing around on social media about how the state decided to ignore the Electoral College. It wasn’t real.

Top Stories This Week: Differences Between Hillary and the Donald, ‘Gone With The Wind’-Style Mansion For Sale, New Efforts to Save Fells Point’s Wooden Homes


This week, Marion Winik’s humorous, all-too-real take on the qualities that differentiate America’s polarizing presidential candidates was our most-read story on the site. Her biting sarcasm and wit offer a reprieve from much of the common political commentary in our newspapers and on TV. Read it again here.

Here are our other most popular posts from Oct. 28-Nov. 4.

Hillary Clinton v. Donald Trump: What’s the Difference?



Though I have voted in every presidential election since Carter/Ford in ’76, I have often felt that the difference between the two candidates ranged from not much to slightly more than that. Once they get to Washington and get whopped over the head by the checks and balances, not to mention the lobbyists and the PACs, it’s more or less business as usual. The pro-life Bushes did not manage to recriminalize abortion, and Obama couldn’t stop the war. American politics blah blah blah, life goes on. 

Homewood Exhibit Honors Women of Hopkins


Women of Hopkins

Rachel Carson documented the harmful effects of pesticides in Silent Spring. Mary Guinan eradicated small pox in India. Madeleine Albright served as America’s first female Secretary of State.