Skip Navigation
MarylandToday

Produced by the Office of Marketing and Communications

Subscribe Now

Government and Politics

Abortion protesters out side Supreme Court builidng hold up a "keep abortion legal" sign

UMD Expert: Roe Ruling ‘Maybe Changes the Calculus’ on Supreme Court

Magnitude of Dobbs Decision Could Increase Public’s Appetite for Reforms

Read More
A man votes at a voting both located in National Park

Sports Stadiums Could Change the Game for Future Elections

Study by University Partnership With Nonprofit Finds Support for Use as Polling Sites

Read More
Red illustration of map of U.S., White House and coronavirus

The Deadly Price of Pandemic Politics

People in Republican Counties Were More Likely to Die From COVID-19, UMD-led Analysis Shows

Read More
customer pumps gas into car

UMD Poll: Americans Support Backing Ukraine, But Wearying of Costs

Results Show Widening Partisanship in Attitudes on War

Read More
Maryland State House

Student Support a Hallmark of Just-Concluded State Legislative Session

Student Financial Aid, Capital Spending, Employee Compensation Surge in New Budget

Read More
woman walks next to a destroyed Russian armor vehicle in Bucha

Researcher Helps Create Big Data ‘Early Alarm’ for Ukraine Abuses

System Analyzes Millions of Tweets Daily to Quickly Pinpoint Atrocities, Refugee Flows

Read More
Gas price display in California

UMD Poll: Americans Ready to Accept Some Costs of Supporting Ukraine

Respondents Strongly Oppose Sending U.S. Troops to War Zone

Read More
Man pours water on fire

$2.6M in DOD Grants to Fund Studies of Climate Change Impact on Security

Projects Will Study Refugees, Governance in Warming World

Read More
Displaced Ukrainians board a train at Kyiv central train station

What’s Driving Putin’s Attack on Ukraine?

UMD Experts Find Echoes of Nazi, Soviet Showdowns in New Turmoil

Read More
President Donald Trump supporters storm the United States Capitol building in Washington, D.C.

Washington Post-UMD Poll Finds Public Opinion Entrenched One Year After Capitol Attack

Americans Divided in Their Beliefs About Trump’s Responsibility for the Insurrection, and in Their Pride in U.S. Democracy

Read More
Activists participate in candlelight vigil

Op/ed: Abortion to Remain National Issue Regardless of Supreme Court Action

Researcher Argues Great Moral Issues Can’t Be Contained at State Level

Read More
UMD students volunteer to help with voting at the Xfinity Center in the November 2020 presidential election.

Surveys: UMD Students’ Voting Rate Soared in 2020—But They Worry About Democracy

Terps More Engaged Than Students Nationally, Research Finds

Read More
Current Page is 1

Maryland Today is produced by the Office of Marketing and Communications for the University of Maryland community weekdays during the academic year, except for university holidays.