This story originally appeared in Grist and is republished here as part of the Climate Desk collaboration. Maryland Gov. Martin O'Malley (D) is nothing like any pop culture stereotype of a politician. He's not a boyishly charming airhead like George W. Show More Summary
It is early afternoon on Tuesday, February 2, 2016, and this piece of news analysis has just hit the wires: Last night, in the Iowa caucus, which began the 2016 Democratic primaries, Martin O’Malley, the former governor of Maryland, came close to defeating Hillary Clinton, the party’s front-runner. Show More Summary
Martin O'Malley calls for "accountability" after release of Senate torture report
Gov. Martin O'Malley of Maryland, a Democrat who is considering a run for president, condemned the C.I.A.'s use of torture as described in a Senate report, staking out a position to the left of the party's favorite, Hillary Rodham Clinton.
Martin O'Malley will now testify against former CDOT official John Bills and ex-Redflex Traffic Solutions CEO Karen Finlay. [ more › ]
THIS CALLS HIS JUDGMENT INTO QUESTION ALREADY: Martin O’Malley: The Man Who Would Be Vice President.
In an interview with Grist, the outgoing Maryland governor talks about how to make progress on climate change.
Gov. Martin O'Malley of Maryland has hired Bill Hyers, who most recently managed Bill de Blasio’s successful mayoral campaign in New York, as a senior adviser to his O’Say Can You See Pac.
George H.W. Bush, John Kerry, Michele Bachmann, Wendy Davis, Rand Paul, Tom Frieden, DIck Durbin and Martin O’Malley: put these politicos around a Thanksgiving dinner table and a rousing discussion would no doubt ensue.
Democrats seem to be ignoring a reasonable alternative to Hillary Clinton. Molly Ball at The Atlantic: Martin O’Malley ought to be a Democrat’s dream candidate. In two terms as the governor of Maryland, he’s ushered in a sweeping liberal agenda that includes gay marriage, gun control, an end to the death penalty, and in-state college [...]
Ralph Nader believes the Democratic Party blew it in 2014, and they are making a mistake with an early “coronation” of Hillary Clinton. Well to sum it up, the Democratic Party is unable to defend the Republic from the worst Republican Party in history. The Republicans are as extreme, more extreme as they’ve ever been…If [...]
Maryland Gov. Martin O'Malley (D) believes he has discovered a "new way of governing" that could revolutionize Washington. Throughout his political career, O'Malley has been obsessed with data. Now, he appears to be mulling whether to mount a potential primary challenger to 2016 front-runner Hillary Clinton. Show More Summary
Martin O'Malley, Jim Webb, and Bernie Sanders gear up for a tough 2016 battle
Gary Hart, the former Colorado senator, talks about Maryland Gov. Martin O'Malley, who worked for Mr. Hart on his upstart 1984 presidential campaign.
Most striking in the New York Times‘ new lengthy and fairly glossy profile on the otherwise sleepy Democratic Maryland Gov. Martin O’Malley, is how much fear former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton has set in the hearts of her party colleagues.
Maryland Gov. Martin O'Malley is woking to lay the groundwork for a potential 2016 presidential run in early primary states like South Carolina.
(Steven Hayward) There has been lots of talk that Maryland Governor Martin O’Malley wants very much to run for president in 2016 or perhaps 2020, and yesterday he gave the surest sign that he will indeed be a candidate in the Democratic primaries: he said something irredeemably stupid. Show More Summary
Maryland Gov. Martin O'Malley, considered a possible Democratic presidential candidate for 2016, said that wifi Internet access is a "human right". He said, "Baby boomers and older were often told that if we specialize in terms of our...Show More Summary