State lawmakers and civil liberties advocates are considering legislation that would regulate police surveillance programs — and require public disclosure — after the Baltimore Police Department ran a secret aerial surveillance program over the city for months.
Labinal Power Systems plans to cut nearly 500 jobs from its manufacturing plant in Salisbury starting in July, as the defense contractor intiates layoffs connected to the shutdown of its Eastern Shore operations.
Public Invited to OPEN HOUSE. APRIL 2015. Westminster, Md. The Civil Air Patrol Carroll Composite Squadron located in Westminster, Maryland, extends an open invitation to the public to attend an Open House May 12, 2015. The event will take place from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. at the Hilltop Assembly of God Church Hall located at 30 North Cranberry Road in Westminster. Come see firsthand our programs and experience the camaraderie of the dedicated men and women who are the Carroll Composite Squadron. The Civil Air Patrol has three primary missions: aerospace education, cadet programs and emergency services. The Carroll ...
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Mr. Netanyahu wants the U.S. to forgo negotiations in favor of sanctions while Iran continues to build the infrastructure for nuclear weapons. The logical consequence of this chain of events would be war, because Iran would continue to develop its nuclear program unless negotiations prohibit it. Presumably, then, Mr. Netanyahu wants the next step to be a U.S.-led war in Iran
A Salisbury manufacturing plant threatened with closure more than 20 years ago is once again slated to be shut down, a blow to the Eastern Shore city which is still working its way back from the recession.
WASHINGTON — President Barack Obama revived his call Thursday for an end to deep cuts in federal spending, an appeal that fell squarely in the divide between Republicans in Congress who want to rein in costs and those who want to boost the Pentagon's budget.
UFO sightings cropped up all across the United States, including in Maryland, while the Air Force's Project Blue Book tracked them from 1947 to 1969. And now, many of the program's once-secret case files are receiving a second life online, after being posted online last week to UFO enthusiast John Greenewald's website blackvault.com.
Outgoing Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel unveiled new initiatives Thursday to battle rape and other sexual assaults within the U.S. military after the Pentagon released a report showing an 8% increase in reported incidents over the past year.
Robert B. "Bob" Temple, a retired Baltimore Gas and Electric Co. technician and a Korean War veteran, died Friday at the Longview Nursing Home in Manchester of complications of Alzheimer's disease. He was 84.
The majority of Carroll County law enforcement agencies have taken advantage of a Department of Defense program which offers surplus military equipment at no cost, including everything from weapons to office furniture.
Departments across the country are increasingly exploring uses for the technology, including Baltimore County police, where officials have discussed with a local company to view a drone, though they say they are still in the exploratory stages.
The U.S. needs Russia. This may sound peculiar coming from a person who spent 25 years at the NSA, almost half of those fighting communism. But our approach to Russia since the end of the Cold War has been unimaginative and aggressive. Politicians in Washington put on their Cold-War glasses any time Russia makes noise. It's time to archive those in the Smithsonian.
Terence T. Finn, a retired NASA executive whose passion for military history led him to write four books on the subject, died June 27 of complications from a rare blood disorder. The Chestertown resident was 71.
BAGHDAD (AP) ¿ Iraq's top Shiite cleric stepped up the pressure Friday on politicians to agree on Iraq's next prime minister, after incumbent Nouri al-Maliki lost the confidence of former allies in the fight against Sunni militants.