It was a typical winter morning on the Twitter feed of Eastern Shore television station WBOC: a stream of messages about snowfall and a reminder to download the station's weather app for the latest updates.
The State Board of Elections has alerted the Office of the State Prosecutor to a report that 164 people voted in both Maryland and Virginia in the November 2012 presidential election, in violation of the law.
The owner of two Columbia spas has been indicted on human trafficking and prostitution charges in connection with an alleged prostitution ring he ran out of the businesses, according to Howard County police.
The state Board of Public Works approved a contract worth an estimated $2.6 million Wednesday for a contractor to monitor the credit activity of an estimated 300,000 people whose personal information was exposed as a result of a computer security breach discovered at the University of Maryland early this year.
This July 4th was my first as a U.S. citizen. It was a special treat glancing over at Vice President Joe Biden in the 2014 Philadelphia Independence Day Parade, while playing alongside my fellow Falun Gong practitioners in our waist drum troupe, despite the memories it stirred. If I had done anything like this in China, I would have been imprisoned – again -- and routinely tortured.
President Obama's nominee to lead the Social Security Administration will face tough questioning from lawmakers at her confirmation hearing, experts predict — and many of the hardest queries could come from members of her own party.
The Army is planning to launch a pair of blimps over Maryland this fall to watch the Eastern Seaboard for incoming cruise missiles. It's what else they might be able to see from up there that worries privacy advocates.
Without visa backlog reform, millions of people's lives are in limbo as they wait for their chance to start a new life in the United States. As Justice Breyer put it during oral argument in the Mayorkas case, "They've all been waiting for years and years and years, and it becomes hard to choose among them."
A historic YMCA in Mount Vernon, once home to confessed Soviet spy Whittaker Chambers and a hotel run by the former Baltimore International Culinary college, is to become a 197-room Hotel Indigo, one of the new owners said.
Bond Mill PTO Carnival is Saturday, May 17 from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Prince George's County Department of Environmental Resources will no longer accept yard waste such as grass, leaves and sticks in plastic bags, must use paper bags or a reusable container. West Laurel Civic Association 2014 spring General Meeting will be held on Thursday, May 15 at 7:30 p.m. at the West Laurel Community Building. West Laurel mourns the loss of Chuck Lavin who passed away in April after a long illness.
A series of recent federal reports have raised concerns with safety in small field offices scattered across the country, where federal employees at the IRS, Social Security Administration and other agencies are more likely to interact with the public.
The FBI is investigating a former University of Maryland contract worker who said he took College Park administrators' personal information from the campus network and posted online about the stunt to draw attention to major security flaws.