Seven months into his first term, Rep. John Delaney of Maryland is charting a centrist course in a Congress bitterly divided by partisan politics. The effort, observers say, could be crucial in determining whether the Democrat will win re-election in 2014.
The American Civil Liberties Union says police are violating drivers' rights with license plate scanners that can be used to track their whereabouts with little oversight on how such data is used or stored.
Attorneys for Pfc. Bradley Manning opened their defense of the Army analyst Monday by portraying him as a computer whiz operating under loose guidelines whose decision to leak reams of classified documents was based on a well-intentioned sense of idealism.
U.S. commerce "would grind to a halt in a matter of days" in the wake of a crippling cyber attack that the nation's ports — including Baltimore — are ill prepared for, according to a new Brookings Institution report. But Port of Baltimore officials called the report "misleading and factually incorrect."
Peter Lopez, with daughters Isabella and Christiana, 10, was one of a few hundred people who came to Fort Meade's Red, White and Blue celebration on Wednesday at Fort Meade's Parade Field. The event was set to feature a parade of Budweiser Clydesdale horses, fireworks and a barbecue cook-off competition.
It's a typical summer Saturday for John and Karen Dye. Karen. 68, wearing a black skirt and black athletic shoes, and a whistle around her neck, is darting across one of the fields at Columbia's Cedar Lane Park, refereeing a field hockey game.
On the 150th anniversary of the battle of Gettysburg, which secured the union and promised a new birth of freedom, have we given away in the name of security the promise of a government of the people, for the people and by the people?
Uncertainty over whether the Social Security Administration will pay stormwater fees for its Baltimore County headquarters reflects a broader murkiness as to whether federal agencies will or won't pay the new fees elsewhere in Maryland.
Even though young students have a decade or more before they enter the work force, efforts to improve education in science, engineering, technology and math – better known as STEM – are a top priority for business, higher education and political leaders.
I had a great chance today to be part of two panels on CNN's "Reliable Sources" that looked at how the media were framing the NSA surveillance story even as Edward Snowden was enroute to Moscow and points beyond looking for asylum in Equador.