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Maryland, US

#BREAKING: Woman dead, man seriously injured in apartment stabbing in Md. https://t.co/Q9DVPwQ5oY https://t.co/IJDOIJIvoG - @ABC7News

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Maryland State Sen. Catherine Pugh projected to win Democratic primary in Baltimore mayoral race - AP

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Maryland, US

#BREAKING: State Sen. Jamie Raskin wins Democratic nomination for Maryland's 8th Congressional District #MDPrimary #fox5dc - @fox5dc

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Editor's note: All of tonight's U.S. presidential primary races have been called by media outlets. Hillary Clinton is projected to win the Democratic contests in Connecticut, Delaware, Maryland and Pennsylvania, and Bernie Sanders is projected to win in Rhode Island. On the GOP side, Donald Trump is projected to win all five states. - Stephanie

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Delegate Kathy Szeliga projected to win Republican nomination for open US Senate seat in Maryland - AP

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GOP candidate Donald Trump says he considers himself the presumptive nominee after projected wins in Connecticut, Delaware, Maryland, Pennsylvania and Rhode Island primaries

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Rep. Chris Van Hollen projected to win Maryland Senate Democratic primary over Rep. Donna Edwards - Washington Post

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Editor's note: The Connecticut Democratic primary is the only remaining contest that media outlets have not called tonight. With 46 percent reporting, Bernie Sanders leads Hillary Clinton, 50-48 percent, in the state according to AP. Clinton is projected to win Delaware, Maryland and Pennsylvania. Sanders is projected to win Rhode Island. In the GOP race, Donald Trump is projected to take all five states. - Stephanie

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Editor's note: Donald Trump is projected to win all five of tonight's Republican primaries. Hillary Clinton is projected to win the Democratic primaries in Delaware and Maryland, but no calls have been made yet in the party's Connecticut, Pennsylvania and Rhode Island contests. - Stephanie

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Editor's note: NBC News said it projects Republican Donald Trump won Pennsylvania, Maryland and Connecticut "by a significant margin." The network had the same characterization for Democrat Hillary Clinton's win in Maryland. The race between Clinton and Bernie Sanders has not been called in Pennsylvania, where the most Democratic delegates are at stake Tuesday night. We're also watching results from Delaware and Rhode Island. - Stephanie

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Donald Trump projected to win GOP primaries in Maryland, Pennsylvania; Democrat Hillary Clinton wins in Maryland - NBC News, ABC News

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Upcoming: Primary polls close in Connecticut, Delaware, Maryland, Pennsylvania and Rhode Island at 8 p.m. ET. We'll be watching the results and will stream the Democratic and Republican candidates' speeches.

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Maryland state Sen. Catherine Pugh's mayoral campaign blames misunderstanding for upset Baltimore workers; some residents damaged vehicles outside her campaign headquarters after being told no jobs available - Baltimore Sun

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Editor's note: Five Northeastern states – Connecticut, Delaware, Maryland, Pennsylvania and Rhode Island – vote today in their respective presidential primaries; the Democrats have the biggest bounty of the day with 462 delegates, while Republicans will hand out 172. Republican frontrunner Donald Trump is poised to sweep all five states, while Democrat Hillary Clinton is favored to win most or all of Tuesday's contests. Also in Maryland, a dozen Democratic candidates are competing to replace Baltimore Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake, who opted not to run for re-election in the wake of last year's Freddie Gray protests, saying she wanted to spend the remainder of her term "focused on the city's future." State Sen. Catherine Pugh currently leads the race, according to recent polling. We'll be following these races and more all day, so be sure to follow our feed for the latest updates. - Rebecca

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Photo: People lining up ready to vote in Maryland's primary; polls open at 7 am ET and close at 8 pm ET - @OmarJimenezWBAL

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Ex-Maryland Gov. Martin O'Malley announces he's backing Chris Van Hollen tomorrow in Maryland Senate primary - @aseitzwald

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Photo: GOP candidate John Kasich, who is holding a rally in Maryland, puts on boxing gloves from a supporter who says thank you 'for fighting for us' - @dshesgreen

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Supreme Court of the United States

US Supreme Court rules 8 to 0 that Maryland power subsidy program is preempted by Federal Energy Regulatory Commission's authority over markets - @KimberlyRobinsn

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Maryland, US

#BREAKING Police: Woman found dead at Maryland Red Roof Inn: https://t.co/lMvXZb7Dh9 - @ABC7News

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Maryland, US

UPDATE: MD State Trooper hit, trapped in car while working Beltway crash. Traffic shut down at Rte. 450: https://t.co/GzbDIX8xR1 #breaking - @fox5dc

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