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  • Many questions about Snowden

    Many questions about Snowden
    Regarding the elusive Edward Snowden and his recent activities which may be illegal and/or criminal (and certainly damaging to America), I have some questions ("Snowden stays put in Moscow," June 25). Did Mr. Snowden buy a one-way ticket to Hong Kong?...
  • The shifting attitudes toward Edward Snowden

    The shifting attitudes toward Edward Snowden
    What an irony! Just a few days ago the revelations by NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden were enough to cause President Barack Obama to admit we need an open discussion about eavesdropping on our own citizens. Now, Mr. Snowden is Public Enemy No. 1 and Mr....
  • Snowden not much of a spy

    Snowden not much of a spy
    It would make things so much easier for everyone if Edward Snowden were working for China. And that's certainly a possibility. His decision to flee to Hong Kong -- a Chinese vassal -- was an odd one, given that China is hardly a bulwark of...
  • How does a store 'lose' guns?

    How does a store 'lose' guns?
    I just finished your article about how Maryland ranks third nationally in number of guns lost or stolen by gun dealers, and it just doesn't make any sense ("Report: Md. has 3rd-most guns lost, stolen," June 19). How exactly does a business owner go...
  • Security starts with immigration overhaul

    Security starts with immigration overhaul
    I grieve for the "new normal" of Erika Brannock and for her future ("For bombing victim, a 'new normal,'" June 19). And I grieve for the future of America if our "new normal" is a government relentlessly spying on law abiding citizens. Until this...
  • NSA claims deserve scrutiny

    NSA claims deserve scrutiny
    The NSA's claim about how surveillance programs have thwarted terrorists ("Programs disrupted 50 plots, NSA says," June 19) warrants further scrutiny as does the claim by Rep. Dutch Ruppersberger that the leaker did "tremendous damage." On the matter of...
  • Fort Meade commander taking on synthetic marijuana

    Fort Meade commander taking on synthetic marijuana
    At first, the soldier's behavior was puzzling. He appeared to be having hallucinations. He was anxious. He became belligerent. A drug test identified the problem: The young man had become the latest service member at Fort Meade to experience an...
  • Report: Baltimore area has thousands of cybersecurity job openings

    Report: Baltimore area has thousands of cybersecurity job openings
    Baltimore is a hotbed of cybersecurity jobs, with more than 13,000 job postings last October alone, according to a report funded by the Abell Foundation. "This growth has created an urgent need for qualified individuals to fill current job openings...
  • Senate approves 'fiscal cliff' deal, sends it to House

    Senate approves 'fiscal cliff' deal, sends it to House
    Hours before a midnight deadline Monday, the White House reached a tentative deal with Congress to stop an enormous tax hike for all but the wealthiest households and to postpone for two months tough decisions on how to cut federal spending. After a rare...
  • Mikulski poised to become Senate committee chair

    Behind-the-scenes jostling for committee chairmanships in the U.S. Senate has left Maryland Sen. Barbara A. Mikulski poised to take over the Senate Intelligence Committee — a move experts said Tuesday could bolster the role cybersecurity plays in...
  • Century High School a Maryland Blue Ribbon School

    Century High School was one of only six schools in Maryland to be named Blue Ribbon schools for 2013. Schools from Baltimore, Howard, Montgomery and Washington counties were also awarded Blue Ribbon status for 2012, it was announced Dec. 20. State...
  • NSA surveillance: Who thought we had privacy to begin with?

    What I find most surprising about this whole NSA data mining operation is not that the government is doing it, because I expected that all along. What surprises me is that anyone had any delusions that privacy existed at all any more. Individual privacy...