Former President Donald Trump has announced his third campaign for the White House but some pundits and analysts say one term in office was more than enough, and that its time for the Republican party to find a new standard-bearer.Read more
Bryan is a freelance 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.
Record breaking inflation. High gas prices. Abortion rights. Gay rights. Election integrity. Taxes. Crime. Culture wars. The 2024 presidential election. All of those issues and more will in some way be affected by outcome of the midterm elections.Read more
Democratic gubernatorial candidate Wes Moore said if he is elected and is forced to deal with a harsh coronavirus resurgenceRead more
Republican congressional candidate and Washington County state Del. Neil Parrott Tuesday fired back at Rep. David Trone after the Democrat said Parrott would make the House of Representatives an even more partisan place if he is elected.Read more
Presidents tend to get both the credit and the blame for a wide range of issues that are largely beyond their control such as the employment rate and wage and price variations. But what about Congress? Or what about that lesser known entity, the Federal Reserve?Read more
President Joe Biden Thursday evening urged Maryland’s Democrats to get out and vote ahead of November’s midterm elections, saying hot button issues like abortion rights, marriage equality and even the right to use contraception are all on the ballot.Read more
During the early days of the COVID-19 pandemic Hogan angered many MAGA-type Republicans by imposing lockdowns and mandates. “Just wear a damn mask” and “Just get the damn vaccine” were frequent retorts by the governor. Hogan also angered many conservatives by calling out Trump on his demonstrably false claim that the 2020 presidential election had been stolen and by calling for Trump to resign following the Jan. 6, 2021 attack on the U.S. Capitol by supporters of the then-president.Read more
The November rematch between Rep. David Trone (D) and Del. Neil Parrott (R) in the race for Maryland’s Sixth Congressional District is likely to be very competitive, according to recent polls.Read more
When the U.S. Supreme Court overturned Roe V. Wade on June 24 and brought an end to federal abortion rightsRead more
The year is not yet even half over and already there have been more than 150 homicides in Baltimore, mostly by shooting, according to the Baltimore Police Department. That trend puts Baltimore on pace to surpass more than 300 homicides by the end of the year, which has been the case since at least 2017.Read more