Contractor Accused Of Stealing NSA Documents Pleads Not GuiltyA former government contractor accused of stealing reams of top secret government documents has pleaded not guilty.
Former Md. Contractor Indicted for Stealing National Defense InfoA Glen Burnie man was indicted Wednesday for stealing federal documents containing high classified information.
US Official: Security Controls 'Working' Despite NSA TheftWhile defending security controls put in place after the Edward Snowden affair, the top U.S. counterintelligence official says secret government data remains vulnerable to determined thieves.
Arrest Of Md. Contractor Exposes System Breakdown for NSAThe case involving a former Maryland NSA contractor has exposed a breakdown in the system designed to protect the nation's most sensitive information.
U.S.: Contractor In NSA Case Had Intelligence Officers' NamesClassified information stolen by a former National Security Agency contractor included the names of covert intelligence officers.
Md. Man Accused Of Stealing Gov't. Secrets To Be Held; Flight RiskA federal judge has ordered the Anne Arundel County man accused of stealing government secrets to be held behind bars indefinitely.
Maryland NSA Contractor Accused of Taking Classified InformationA federal government contractor has been accused of stealing highly classified information.
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.

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