The number of sexual assaults reported at the Naval Academy doubled during the 2010-11 academy year, and the percentage of midshipmen reporting unwanted sexual contact also doubled, from one in 12 to one in six, according to a report release Tuesday by the Pentagon.
Even if it means imposing some form of self-censorship when it comes to publications in scientific journals, biomedical researchers must take all reasonable steps to guard against misuse of their work by terrorists
A reader complains that what is taken for bipartisan support of the last Intelligence Authorization bill is actually merely blind support for an overly intrusive, out of control national security state
Maryland Rep. C.A. "Dutch" Ruppersberger says the cooperation shown by Democrats and Republicans in passing an intelligence appropriations bill shows members of Congress can work together despite the partisan divide
I picked up a magazine the other day with an article entitled "Make this deer season Unforgettable". Of course as usual they were talking about how to get the biggest buck. The only problem I had with the article is that all deer seasons are unforgettable to me.
A massive, $662 billion defense measure that authorizes hundreds of millions of dollars in spending on Maryland's military facilities cleared a final vote in the Senate Thursday and now heads to President Barack Obama, who is expected to sign it into law.
The Maryland Department of Natural Resources Police lost track of 761 state-owned firearms it issued to volunteer trainers in hunter education programs, creating a "public safety risk" and a potential misuse of federal money, according to a recent audit by the U.S. Department of the Interior.
A federal jury on Wednesday convicted William and Donald Turley, father and son respectively, of using the family manufacturing business to bilk the National Security Agency out of nearly $1.5 million, the Maryland U.S. Attorney's Office announced.
McKenzie White has made his mark on the judicial system. At the age of 37, federal prosecutors said he had already been convicted of felonies five times -- two for armed robbery, three for drug distribution.
Not sure it was timed on purpose, but weeks ahead of New Year's, city prosecutors have secured a five year prison sentence for a man who celebrated 2011 the way cops wish residents would not -- by shooting into the air.
Legislation would allow the National Security Agency to pass classified information to private businesses vetted by the government to defend against disruptions, destruction or the theft of trade secrets, business plans and private information about clients, customers and employees.