More unrest in Libya, but this time, protesters rally against extremists. The unstable situation is being closely watched by a Maryland congressman.
MARC train riders in Harford County are set to see some major improvements at one of the popular MARC stops there.
In Washington, members of the gang of eight, the House and Senate intelligence committees, are getting regular briefings as investigators gather details of the deadly attack on the U.S. consulate in Libya.
A pretrial hearing for the Army private accused of leaking government secrets continues at Fort Meade. The same day, Congressional Intelligence Committee leaders turn a spotlight on leaks from within.
There’s new information in the foiled al-Qaeda plot to blow up a U.S.-bound plane. There’s word that the person who was supposed to sneak on board with an underwear bomb was actually working for the CIA as a double agent.
Towson University will be unveiling a new memorial for students who have been in the military and those who enter military services in the future.
American students seem to be falling behind when it comes to science, and that can jeopardize our economy and national security.
Three hotel chains have agreed to join a program that provides free rooms to wounded U.S. troops and their
Maryland House of Delegates Speaker Michael Busch and Congressman C.A. Dutch Ruppersberger are scheduled to appear at a cybersecurity reception.
With four straight years in the playoffs, the Ravens have the longest post-season streak in the league right now. And they believe this year’s team may be the best they’ve had.
A new political battle pits two veteran Maryland politicians against each other in a district that covers large parts of Baltimore and Harford counties. Republican Nancy Jacobs is counting on an anti-incumbent mood to sweep her into office.
Republican state Sen. Nancy Jacobs says she will run for Maryland’s 2nd Congressional District seat.