TV Ads Are Flooding the Airwaves in Maryland Governor’s Race

TV Ads Are Flooding the Airwaves in Maryland Governor’s Race

October 10, 2018

With less than a month before election day, we talk to Marc Steiner about what impact millions in TV ad spending could have on the Governor’s race

Johns Hopkins Graduate Students Launch Union Campaign

Johns Hopkins Graduate Students Launch Union Campaign

September 26, 2018

The students say they are fighting for better working conditions and better compensation, and were joined by nurses who are seeking to unionize Johns Hopkins Hospital

The Baltimore Bureau Podcast Show: September 14, 2018

The Baltimore Bureau Podcast Show: September 14, 2018

September 19, 2018

Khalilah and Eze sit down with Rapper/Producer JPEGMAFIA to discuss protests of California Gov. Jerry Brown’s Task Force on Climate and Forests, the death of Anthony Anderson at the hands of Baltimore Police, the Maryland gubernatorial race, and more

Ben Jealous: Build Maryland's Economy From The Bottom Up

Ben Jealous: Build Maryland’s Economy From The Bottom Up

September 14, 2018

As a new report finds 1/3 of Maryland residents face financial hardships, the underdog Democratic candidate for governor says he’ll fight corporations to help working people

Can Environmentalists and Labor Unions Unite?

September 2, 2018

Baltimore union organizers and environmentalists team up to examine policies that would promote a sustainable future for workers and the planet

Can Maryland’s Renewable Energy Policy Be Reformed?

August 30, 2018

Mike Tidwell of Chesapeake Climate Action Network says that Maryland’s renewable energy policy is flawed, but wind and solar industries support a bill to revise it

Hogan Adopts Trump’s ‘Fake News’ Attack on Media

August 29, 2018

Critics say the popular governor can’t call himself a moderate if he supports policies backed by the Koch Brothers and Donald Trump

Environmentalists Demand Feds Stop Hogan-Backed Pipeline

August 22, 2018

The Potomac Pipeline is set to route fracked gas through Maryland. Katlyn Schmitt of Waterkeepers Chesapeake tells Dharna Noor why her group and others are demanding federal regulators reconsider permitting its construction

After a Murder, A Community Seeks Answers

August 9, 2018

20 year old Rashard Queen was killed in Baltimore’s Ednor Gardens neighborhood last month, prompting community members to seek answers to the city’s murder epidemic

Can A Veteran Teacher Bring The Fight Back to Maryland’s Biggest Teachers Union?

August 3, 2018

On the Marc Steiner Show, new Maryland State Teachers Association President Cheryl Bost speaks about her roots in the labor movement and in schools, and about the challenges she’ll face with funding