Voters don't seem to mind.
Martin, we hardly knew ye.
Former Maryland governor's quixotic bid for Dem nomination slides from long-shot to sads-making.
What Martin O'Malley, Jim Webb, and Lincoln Chafee have to say about the issues
The only one saying much is Martin O'Malley.
Democratic candidates are endorsing—or paying lip service to—reform. What will happen in the GOP?
What leading liberal candidates are saying, and not saying, about improving the nation's justice system.
Meanwhile, Martin O'Malley tries to reposition himself.
Catching the candidate off guard
Martin O'Malley vs. Rand Paul
Trouble for a would-be Great Left Hope
David Simon on How Civil Rights Were Destroyed in Baltimore And Why He Might Vote For One of the Men Responsible Anyway
Behold how intractable tribalism can make a problem
Current and former politicians prefer cutting real estate deals to doing the less sexy work of basic civic governance
The former Maryland governor promotes his potential presidential campaign on This Week.
Why is Maryland's former governor looking at a longshot presidential run?