WASHINGTON — Criticism of President Barack Obama's nominee to lead the Social Security Administration appeared to evaporate Thursday at a confirmation hearing that featured few questions about controversial service cuts and recent allegations of mismanagement.
The city re-launched its Virtual Supermarket Program with two sites in Cherry Hill this month through the ShopRite of Glen Burnie, operated by Collins Family Markets. People can place orders and pick up their groceries from the Cherry Hill branch of the Enoch Pratt library and Cherry Hill Senior Manor apartments.
If 2013 has taught us anything, it is that we have a growing data security crisis. Four of the top 10 data breaches of all time occurred last year, with more than 700 million data records accessed, lost or stolen according to one source that tracks data breaches. And it's likely only to get worse.
Timonium-based Borrow Mini Couture rents children's designer clothing, a service aimed at parents who want to dress up their babies and young kids for special events without the eye-popping cost to buy Dior or Versace.
The Silk Road case shined a light on the deep underbelly of the web -- exposing many casual Internet users to unfamiliar terms like Deep Web, Tor and Bitcoin. So we asked Johns Hopkins cryptography professor Matthew Green to help break down this shadowy virtual world for our readers.
An Anne Arundel County woman has filed a multimillion-dollar lawsuit against more than 180 people who she says circulated or watched child pornography showing her two young children being molested by their father and another person.
The Harford County Department of Inspections, Licenses and Permits (DILP), working in cooperation with the Department of Information Systems, has made technology enhancements that will now allow DILP to migrate from traditional file storage to electronic storage of construction documents. Presently, due to limited file storage space, DILP's practice is to discard a large percentage of submitted documents after 180 days from the issuance of the Certificate of Occupancy
Three local marketing and print companies have recently joined forces to create a new full service marketing company. Full House Press Inc., Minuteman Press of Bel Air and 2K Marketing LLC have all merged their operations in two Bel Air locations
The Cal Ripken Sr. Foundation and the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children are hosting a summit with youth sports organizations next week to discuss ways to identify and prevent child sexual abuse in sports.
The deadline for homeowners to apply for the Homestead Tax Credit, which saved the average Baltimore homeowner more than $1,000 on this year's tax bill, is coming up Dec. 31. As the deadline gets nearer, real estate agents and community leaders are helping raise awareness of the impending deadline.
Internet gambling, which could bring slot machines from the casino floor to every home office or cell phone, moved from the periphery of Maryland's debate over expanded gambling this week to center stage under pressure from one of the state's most powerful gambling moguls.
Small restaurant operators across the country don't have the time or money to implement online ordering technology on their own websites. But these small restaurants are looking to use the Internet and mobile apps to lure hungry consumers to order takeout or delivery.
Members of the Senior Executive Service warn that the public disclosure of their personal finances could leave federal executives vulnerable to identity theft, make their children "prime kidnapping targets" and blow the covers of intelligence operatives.
The federal indictment of a flamboyant online gambling mogul that was unsealed in Maryland on Tuesday was nearly a decade in the making and continues a recent crackdown on such sites, though some question the impact such cases will have as operators continue to shift tactics.