Harry Dunn, U.S. Capitol Officer Who Fought Rioters Jan. 6, Running For Congress

The Presidential Citizens Medal recipient seeking the vacant seat of Maryland’s 3rd Congressional District.

Maryland Admits Black Attorney To The Bar 166 Years After Denying Him

Edward Garrison Draper was better qualified than most White lawyers in the mid-19th century.
Maryland Governor Wes Moore delivers his inaugural address on the west side of the Maryland State House on January 18, 2023 in Annapolis, Maryland. Moore was sworn in on a bible that once belonged to former slave and abolitionist Frederick Douglass and held by Moore's wife, Dawn Moore. Democrat Moore defeated Republican nominee Dan Cox to become the first Black governor of Maryland and only the third Black person to be elected governor in the United States. (Photo by Chip Somodevilla/Getty Images)

Governor Proposes Incentive Program, Offers One Year's Pay to High School Graduates for Service

Maryland Governor is taking an innovative approach to incentivize high school graduates.

Remains Of Free, Enslaved Black People In Maryland Linked To 42,000 Living Relatives

Historical DNA was used to trace relatives of enslaved people for the first time, researchers say.

Maryland Man Went From Sanitation Worker To Earning J.D. From Harvard Law School

“I worked for a trash company, where my coworkers told me that I should go to college instead,” said Rehan Staton.

Wes Moore Takes Office As Maryland’s First Black Governor, Acknowledges History While Looking To Future

The state’s 63rd governor is introduced by Oprah Winfrey and tells crowd that all Marylanders have ‘a role to play.’

2022 Midterm Elections: The Black Candidates You Need To Know

From familiar faces to new kids on the block, these candidates bring a unique perspective to politics.

Maryland Teacher Removed Over Problematic Tweets About Her Male Students

Bianca Robinson was a substitute teacher in Prince George's County Public Schools.