New fallout from the massive data breach that impacts hundreds of thousands of federal government employees.
The Obama administration is scrambling to assess the impact of a massive data breach involving the agency that handles security clearances and employee records, U.S. officials said Thursday.
Spies in the skies. A new report reveals the staggering scope of government surveillance from the air, including several times during the recent unrest in Baltimore.
Flight scares on a busy travel holiday! As many as 10 airline flights, targeted with anonymous threats and at least one of them was received by Maryland State Police!
Horrifying murders–new developments in the slayings of a wealthy D.C. family.
During Baltimore’s state of emergency, law enforcement officers made a point of standing out and being seen–but not the FBI.
After several months of searching for suspects involved in nine bank robberies in the Washington metro area, a man has confessed
A former director of the FBI’s anthrax investigation says the agency is concealing evidence that casts doubt on its conclusion that Army scientist Bruce Ivins sent the anthrax-filled letters that killed five people and sickened 17 others in 2001.
The revelation the police were using the technology secretly was first reported by our media partner The Baltimore Sun after a city detective testified about if the first time Wednesday in open court.
The Baltimore Police Department has used secretive cellphone surveillance equipment 4,300 times and believes it is under orders by the U.S. government to withhold evidence from criminal trials and ignore subpoenas in cases where the device is used, a police officer testified Wednesday.
An FBI agent accused of abusing heroin from his own drug investigations and in the process botching dozens of cases has pleaded guilty in his own case.
Republican Gov. Larry Hogan and members of Maryland’s congressional delegation say they are unified in their efforts to draw a new FBI headquarters to the state.