Federal prosecutors say a man who made and sold unauthorized copies of DVD movies and CD music in his office at the National Archives has pleaded guilty to criminal copyright infringement.
The search for a Washington Suburban Sanitary Commission employee who went missing at a Montgomery County reservoir is scheduled to resume.
A former staff member at the state’s maximum-security psychiatric hospital has been acquitted of charges she assaulted a patient.
Federal authorities say an employee with the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service has pleaded guilty to embezzling more than $26,000 from the government.
A Maryland-based company is making plans to employ 175 people at a new iron castings foundry in Iowa City.
Baltimore Police are aiming to hire another 300 officers by year’s end and are asking members of the community for help in finding city residents to join the force.
The nation’s largest federal employee union says forcing some federal employees to work without pay during a government shutdown violates the U.S. Constitution.
A former Anne Arundel County employee alleges she was fired in retaliation for helping co-workers in their lawsuit against the county executive and wants to join their claim against him.
An employee of the Charles County, Md. public school system has been charged with diverting federal funds intended for low-income students to buy electronics for herself and her family.
A federal judge refused to dismiss five of the 10 charges against a former National Security Agency employee accused of mishandling classified information and delayed a decision on how classified documents will be handled at trial.
Killed in cold blood. Investigators say someone murdered a Burger King worker who was just trying to do her job. It happened in Frederick County.
The Justice Department has now netted a dozen convictions of State Department workers who looked at confidential passport records of celebrities in violation of privacy laws.