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Maryland Comptroller Pete Franchot joins Bernie McCain today at 4pm eastern to talk about the importance of filing your income tax today. Peter Franchot was elected Maryland’s 33rd Comptroller on Tuesday, Nov. 7, 2006. Prior to his election to statewide office, Peter served 20 years in the Maryland General Assembly, representing the residents of Montgomery […]

VIA WTOP: Prince George’s County Police suspended a second officer after a video showed police repeatedly striking a student with batons following a University of Maryland basketball game against Duke University. The tape has outraged people across the country. Police say they have identified all officers in the tape and will suspend at least two […]

VIA THE WASHINGTON POST: Congressional leaders intend to revive a D.C. voting rights bill on the House floor as early as next week, despite opposition from city leaders to an amendment that would strip most of the District’s gun-control laws. The final details of the bill were being worked out Wednesday, but House Majority Leader […]

VIA THE WASHINGTON POST: When the transit authority postponed track work at Rosslyn Station after the big February snowstorms, it did so with great reluctance. The Presidents’ Day weekend project took a long time to arrange, and it was a window of opportunity to get a big job done all at once when relatively few […]

VIA THE WASHINGTON POST: The backlash is building against Mayor Adrian M. Fenty’s (D) proposal to use increased parking fees and traffic tickets to help close the city’s budget shortfall, including raising the cost to park at some meters to $3 an hour. At a news conference this morning, the leaders of AAA Mid-Atlantic decried […]

By Mark F. Gray There are teams and schools in college sports that make the game better when they are good. Baseball is not the same when the New York Yankees stink and football is not the same when the Dallas Cowboys are bad. When the San Antonio Spurs were dominating the NBA’s western conference […]

VIA WASHINGTON EXAMINER: The Metrobus operator who was charged with soliciting sex from an undercover police officer while driving his bus was fired on Monday, according to the transit agency. Shawn W. Todd had been on paid administrative leave since he was arrested in the early morning hours of April 3, as first reported in […]

Join Bernie McCain at 4:30pm eastern when he talks to Fletcher Gill about the first annual Putts fore Mutts golf tournament, Saturday April 24, 2010, 1pm at Worthington Manor in Urbana, Maryland. This Captain’s choice scramble tournament is $180 per individual or $600 for a foursome. The proceeds support the Fletcher Gill fund raising efforts […]

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VIA THE WASHINGTON POST: Prince George’s prosecutors have begun a criminal investigation of three county police officers who beat an unarmed University of Maryland student with their batons after a basketball game last month in an incident that was caught on video and surfaced publicly Monday, authorities said. County police also ordered an internal affairs […]