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  • Hawaii was panicked by a false missile alert. Could that happen in Maryland?

    Hawaii was panicked by a false missile alert. Could that happen in Maryland?

    On Saturday, Jan. 13, Hawaii suffered a false alarm that rocked Russell J. Strickland’s world. A warning went out statewide that a nonexistent nuclear missile strike was imminent. Roughly 38 minutes later, residents of the 50th state were alerted that it was all a mistake. Officials soon after...

  • Baltimore won't get HQ2, but neither will Montgomery County

    Baltimore won't get HQ2, but neither will Montgomery County

    Take a quick look at the finalists for Amazon’s second headquarters, and one factor stands out: the nation’s capital. Montgomery County, Northern Virginia and Washington, D.C., itself are among 20 jurisdictions the company is considering for its “HQ2,” which comes with $5 billion in direct investment...

  • An act of cruelty at a Baltimore hospital, and an inhumane system everywhere

    An act of cruelty at a Baltimore hospital, and an inhumane system everywhere

    There is no excuse or explanation for a woman to be escorted from a hospital emergency room by security guards and left at a bus stop wearing nothing but a hospital gown and socks on a near-freezing January night. The attorney now representing the woman calls that “cruel and inhumane,” and he’s...

  • Witcover: On edge in the age of Trump

    Witcover: On edge in the age of Trump

    The false alarm in Hawaii over the weekend warning of an imminent nuclear attack had particular relevance in my family, because I have a cherished granddaughter going to graduate school there. Also, television images of frantic Hawaiians seeking underground shelter or other havens brought back...

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  • Amazon hikes monthly Prime membership prices by 18 percent to $12.99

    Amazon hikes monthly Prime membership prices by 18 percent to $12.99

    Amazon.com is looking to squeeze more money out of monthly subscribers to its free two-day shipping service, which could persuade many of them to sign up for annual subscriptions. Monthly subscribers to Amazon Prime now have to pay $12.99 each month, an 18 percent jump, according to Amazon's website....

  • Hackers have stolen about 14 percent of big digital currencies

    Hackers have stolen about 14 percent of big digital currencies

    Digital currencies and the software developed to track them have become attractive targets for cybercriminals while also creating a lucrative new market for computer-security firms. In less than a decade, hackers have stolen $1.2 billion worth of bitcoin and rival currency ether, according to Lex...

  • Free checked baggage in basic economy may soon be a memory

    Free checked baggage in basic economy may soon be a memory

    Delta Air Lines will soon demolish a travel shibboleth that dates back decades. The airline's introduction of its "basic economy" fares across the Atlantic will herald the end of free checked bags for international travelers who choose the lowest price. Starting April 10, Delta and three of its...

  • Los Angeles Times journalists vote 248-44 to unionize

    Los Angeles Times journalists vote 248-44 to unionize

    Journalists at the Los Angeles Times have overwhelmingly elected to form a union, a first for the 136-year-old news organization that for much of its history was known for its opposition to organized labor. The union drive was launched publicly in October and culminated in an election earlier this...

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