Since Donald Trump arrived on the political scene in 2015-throughout his four years in the White House-and up until present day-he has consistently maintained that he is the victim of a vast conspiracy led by the mainstream media and the “deep state.”Read more
Bryan is an award-winning political journalist who has extensive experience covering Congress and Maryland state government.
His work includes coverage of the election of Donald Trump, the confirmation hearings of Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh and attorneys general William Barr and Jeff Sessions-as well as that of the Maryland General Assembly, Gov. Larry Hogan, and the COVID-19 pandemic.
Bryan has broken stories involving athletic and sexual assault scandals with the Baltimore Post-Examiner.
His original UMBC investigation gained international attention, was featured in People Magazine and he was interviewed by ABC’s “Good Morning America” and local radio stations. Bryan broke subsequent stories documenting UMBC’s omission of a sexual assault on their daily crime log and a federal investigation related to the university’s handling of an alleged sexual assault.
When Trump left office the average home cost about $300,000. Now the average home costs about $430,000-effectively pricing out many in the middle class and making homeownership-once the very cornerstone of middle class equity-a luxury that only the wealthy can afford.Read more
The U.S. could be forced to commit ground troops to fight Hamas if Iranian-backed forces kill a sufficient number of American military personnel stationed in the Middle East, according to several foreign policy analysts who are monitoring the crisis.Read more
Images of burnt babies, women being raped, people being kidnapped, and families being murdered inside their homes draws parallels to crimes perpetrated against the Jewish people by the Nazis and their collaborators during the Second World War.Read more
The prospect that President Joe Biden’s son, Hunter Biden, could be sentenced to up to 25 years in prison if he is convicted on all three federal gun charges, raises serious questions about whether the president would pardon his son if push came to shove.Read more
About two-and-half weeks remain until the government runs out money and absent swift action from Congress a shutdown will occur at midnight on Sep. 30.Read more
The recent U.S. Supreme Court decision banning the use of race as a factor in university admissions may be limited in application to academia but it is likely to transcend that institution and have a substantial impact on the way companies approach minority recruitment and promotion, according to policy analysts.Read more
Recent news surrounding the 37-count felony indictment against former President Donald Trump on charges related to the alleged mishandling of classified documents in the Mar-a-Lago case has led many pundits to ask whether Trump could again serve as president if he is both convicted and elected to that office.Read more
For the first time in eight years, Democrats control both floors of the State House in Annapolis. Republican Larry Hogan is out of office and it is unclear whom Maryland’s next GOP starts might be.Read more
Now, less than 10 days away from the June 1st, the date at which Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen has repeatedly warned that the government might surpass its borrowing limit-negotiations between House Republicans and the White House have yet to produce concrete results.Read more