Milton Bromberg, a custom tailor and decorated World War II veteran who visited the White House to fit President Bill Clinton in suits, died of respiratory failure Nov. 1 at Season's Hospice at the Northwest Hospital Center. He was 90 and lived in Owings Mills.
Vince Marucci and Joe DiGangi were in the same class at West Point, went to Stanford University for master's degrees, returned to West Point to teach and later ended up working at the same Columbia tech firm. So it's not surprising that they decided to start a business together. Their lives kept intersecting. Q&A with founders of Trusant Technologies.
I wonder if my Laurel friends and neighbors are aware of what's been happening in the military lately. Those who defend our freedoms have been losing theirs; instances of religious persecution in the military have become a somewhat regular occurrence.
The superintendent of the Naval Academy has referred two former members of the Navy football team to a court-martial on charges they sexually assaulted a fellow midshipmen while she was incapacitated at a party in Annapolis, the academy said Thursday.
About two thirds of the civilian workforce at Aberdeen Proving Ground has been on furlough for the past week because of the partial federal government shutdown, but the 30 to 40 percent of employees who remained on post will be seeing many of their colleagues this week as the Department of Defense recalls civilian employees, APG officials announced Monday
As agencies sent nonessential employees home, unions and other advocates for federal employees warned that the seemingly endless succession of fiscal crises and cuts is threatening the ability of the government to recruit and retain the best talent.
A decision about this week's college football game between Navy and Air Force in Annapolis will be made Thursday after "a legal review" is completed on how the game will be funded and staffed during the government shutdown, a U.S. Department of Defense senior official said Wednesday.
Tom Clancy, the Baltimore-born author whose novels include "The Hunt for Red October, "Red Storm Rising" and "Patriot Games," died yesterday after a brief illness at the Johns Hopkins Hospital. He was 66.
Pleasant Plains Elementary School will present the musical "Colors" In December Loyola Blakefield High School names Anthony I. Day new president, Calvert Hall's Bill Karpovich honored during half time of the school's Sept. 27 varsity soccer game
A possible government shutdown starting Tuesday would cause federal agencies in Maryland to close or seriously cut back operations, resulting in significant hardship for federal workers, as well as declining economic output and lower tax revenue for the state.
By By Robbie Feinberg and Christopher Neely and Peter Sclafani
Republicans in the House of Representatives were set to approve a government funding bill Saturday that would delay the nation's health care law for one year — inching federal agencies closer to a shutdown analysts predict would have a significant economic impact in Maryland.
WASHINGTON — Thousands of workers at federal agencies based in Maryland would be furloughed and their work put on hold if Congress fails to reach an agreement in coming days to fund the government, a series of agency reports released by the Obama administration Friday show.
On Sept. 11, 2001, there was reason everywhere in the U.S. to be worried about what was going on, but especially in places like Harford County. The highway and rail lines that link Washington and New York pass right through the county, and Harford is home to a military installation with an international reputation.
Security procedures at the Washington Navy Yard in the nation's capital were in the public eye this week after a shooting rampage left 13 people, including the gunman, dead Monday, especially after the shooter, 34-year-old contract worker Aaron Alexis, used his security pass to enter the facility.
The deadly shooting at one of the region's largest military facilities reopened a debate Monday about whether U.S. officials have done enough to secure the nation's massive portfolio of domestic bases.
The Old Mountain Road overpass across I-95 in the Joppa area was dappled with red white and blue Wednesday as local residents waved American flags at motorists in honor of the 12th anniversary of the 9/11 attacks.
"Aunt Millie" as soldiers receiving care packages in Afghanistan affectionately refer to 95-year-old Vivian "Millie" Bailey doesn't see an end in sight for the work her group does. Yet she and her volunteers are more than willing to take on more.
The "black pineapple" -- a party house for Naval Academy football players where a woman said she was sexually assault -- is just the latest off-campus party house rented by midshipmen. Renting illicit off-campus houses to escape to on the weekends is a long-standing tradition at the academy, one way to get around the academy's strict rules on drinking and sex.
Friends of the woman at the center of a sexual assault investigation involving three members of the Naval Academy football team testified Monday that she appeared intoxicated on the night of the alleged attacks.
At a time when the military is under attack for how it handles sexual violence in its ranks, the proceedings underway at the Washington Navy Yard offer a case study on why women in uniform are so reluctant to report sexual assaults. The hearing highlights significant disparities between the way the military and civilian world treat accusers and the accused.
By By Melinda Henneberger and Annys Shin and The Washington Post
As the hearing into alleged sexual assaults by three members of the Naval Academy football players stretched into a fourth day on Friday, the focus shifted away from the accuser and toward her high-profile lawyer.
The Naval Academy midshipman who has accused three classmates of having sex with her while she was passed out at an off-campus party turned defensive on her third day of testifying during a military hearing.
The midshipman who says she was sexually assaulted by three Naval Academy football players while she was incapacitated last spring described a boozy night of partying that left her with spotty memories and a knot in her back.