No Charges After Fatal Shooting At NSAFederal and local authorities say no charges will be filed after an investigation of a fatal shooting by National Security Agency police at Fort Meade in Maryland.
Officials: Second Hack Exposed Military And Intel DataA massive data breach exposed last week may be even larger than feared.
Union: Hackers Have Personnel Data On Every Federal EmployeeThe biggest data breach in government history just got bigger. An employee union claims every single federal worker was hacked, including hundreds of thousands of people in Maryland.
Government Workers Voice Concerns Over Massive Data BreachNew fallout from the massive data breach that impacts hundreds of thousands of federal government employees.
Deadline Looming For NSA Spy ProgramThe deadline is looming-- in little more than a week, the NSA's surveillance program is set to expire.
Suspected Serial Shooter Court Date CanceledThe man suspected in a number of shootings across Maryland was scheduled to appear in court Monday morning,, however his court date was canceled.
Officials: Passenger In Stolen SUV At NSA Gate Was Shot Officials say a passenger in the stolen SUV whose driver was fatally shot by National Security Agency officers was also shot.
Driver Killed At NSA Identified As Transgender, Friend SaysThe driver killed in a violent confrontation at a National Security Agency gate identified as transgender and was a sex worker in Baltimore, according to a friend.
FBI Identify Deceased Suspect In NSA ShootingWe're learning new details about the two suspects at the center of the NSA security scare. One person is dead and another injured after driving an SUV through a security barrier at Fort Meade.
1 Dead, 2 Injured In Shooting After Gate-Crashing Incident At NSA, Ft. MeadeOne man is dead and another critically injured after cashing an SUV into a police vehicle near the gates of the National Security Agency at Fort Meade. Guards opened fire on the two men, who investigators say were inside a stolen SUV.
Man Suspected In Regional Shootings Linked To 2 More IncidentsFive random attacks terrorized Maryland before police caught alleged serial shooter Hong Young. Now he could be linked to two more incidents.
ACLU Sues NSA; Says They're CyberspyingText, Tweet or browse. Is the NSA following what you do on the internet?

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