A small collection of 'My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic' fans give insight into their passion for all things pony as they gather in Baltimore for BronyCon, a three-day event at the Baltimore Convention Center. (Christopher T. Assaf/Baltimore Sun)

U.S. citizens were advised last week of a "credible and imminent" terrorist threat, but that news didn't make the front page of The Sun and was barely covered on the last page of the front section on Sunday ("Global security alert follows prison breaks," Aug. 4).

We did, however, have the opportunity to read not one, but two, very lengthy articles about Jonathan Ogden's induction into the Pro Football Hall of Fame. One article made Page 1 of both the front and sports sections. Do Sun employees communicate with one another?

We were also treated to an "in depth" article covering the recent Bronycon convention in Baltimore for fans of "My Little Pony."

Mr. Ogden and Bronycon certainly deserved coverage, but not to the extent they received. The poor coverage of the recent terrorist threat serves as a reminder of why I canceled my subscription to The Sun for five years. Maybe it's time to consider doing so again.

Mary F. Stromyer, Baltimore