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  • Trump, Republicans plan to target benefits and job security for federal workers

    Trump, Republicans plan to target benefits and job security for federal workers

    President-elect Donald Trump and the Republican-controlled Congress are drawing up plans to take on the government bureaucracy they have long railed against, by eroding job protections and grinding down benefits that federal workers have received for a generation. Hiring freezes, an end to automatic...

  • Gov. Larry Hogan says Donald Trump could help Maryland land FBI headquarters

    Gov. Larry Hogan says Donald Trump could help Maryland land FBI headquarters

    Gov. Larry Hogan expressed optimism Friday that the election of Donald Trump could improve Maryland's chances of landing the new FBI headquarters. The Republican governor otherwise declined to speculate on what his relationship would be with the president-elect after Hogan's pointed public refusal...

  • Soldier from Bowie killed in Kuwait

    Soldier from Bowie killed in Kuwait

    A soldier from Bowie who was deployed as part of the battle against the self-declared Islamic State died in a non-combat incident in Kuwait on Thursday, the Department of Defense said. Spc. Ronald L. Murray Jr. is the third person from Maryland to die during a military deployment this year. He...

  • How does a Donald Trump administration look in Maryland? In a word, different.

    How does a Donald Trump administration look in Maryland? In a word, different.

    Voters, advocates and political leaders in Maryland and across the nation started to come to grips Wednesday with Donald Trump's stunning win in the presidential election — and quickly began to calculate how a new, untested administration will affect them. President Barack Obama and congressional...

  • Army begins testing new combat truck at Aberdeen Proving Ground

    Army begins testing new combat truck at Aberdeen Proving Ground

    The cab of the military truck still had that new-car smell. The Army, working on the successor to the long-serving Humvee to carry troops to fight around the world, is testing the new Joint Light Tactical Vehicle at Aberdeen Proving Ground. Col. Morris Bodrick, commander of the Aberdeen Test Center,...

  • Booz Allen Hamilton hires former FBI director to review its security measures

    Booz Allen Hamilton hires former FBI director to review its security measures

    Booz Allen Hamilton, a major intelligence community contractor, said Thursday that it has hired a former FBI director to review its security measures after one of its employees was with charged with stealing reams of classified documents. Harold T. Martin III, who used to work for the NSA, was...

  • Three Maryland National Guardsmen received improper bonuses

    Three Maryland National Guardsmen received improper bonuses

    As the Defense Department grapples with how to handle some 10,000 California National Guardsmen who received improper bonus payments, a spokesman for the Maryland Guard said just three service members received improper bonuses and have already paid the money back. The overpayments totaled $32,000...

  • Former NSA contractor again asks to be released from jail after alleged document theft

    Former NSA contractor again asks to be released from jail after alleged document theft

    A former National Security Agency contractor charged with stealing government property and taking classified information appealed to be released from prison in a motion Tuesday as he awaits trial. Harold T. Martin III, 51, of Glen Burnie, was charged in August with stealing 50 terabytes of information...

  • Obama administration delays selection of new FBI site

    Obama administration delays selection of new FBI site

    Officials in Virginia and Maryland who have been competing for years to land a new headquarters for the Federal Bureau of Investigation will have to wait a few more months to find out which state has the winning pitch. The General Services Administration said Monday it will delay selecting a site...

  • Army officials: 10 soldiers asking to be recognized as transgender

    Army officials: 10 soldiers asking to be recognized as transgender

    Within weeks of the Pentagon allowing transgender service members to serve openly, Army officials said 10 soldiers have formally asked to be recognized as their new, preferred gender. The small number represents only those who have publicly said they are transgender, and doesn't include soldiers...

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