The National Museum of American History is hosting a series of programs this year about American innovation, and the first exhibit is focused on early sound recording.
A rabbi accused of secretly videotaping women in a ritual bath is back in court. Rabbi Barry Freundel, who taught at Towson University, faces six counts of voyeurism.
D.C. Police Chief Cathy Lanier says she was “shocked” when she saw video of an officer interfering with a man who stopped to record an arrest along a street in downtown Washington.
A year-long criminal investigation into the Johns Hopkins gynecologist accused of recording patients during exams comes to an end.
Authorities conclude the investigation into the Johns Hopkins gynecologist suspected of recording patients during exams.
A Baltimore City lawsuit settlement sparks major police policy and training reforms that affect everyone with a cell phone camera.
A Chevy Chase landlord who prosecutors say secretly recorded female tenants having sex has been sentenced to probation.
Police say former patients of Dr. Nikita Levy were violated by their gynecologist with a video camera. The invasion of privacy could be worse than first reported. Numerous patients at Johns Hopkins may be victims and some of them are voicing disgust and outrage.
Passersby on Salisbury’s Downtown Plaza may not realize that a recording studio lies behind the large glass panes that showcase a clean room with a white couch and a shelf.
A Pennsylvania man has pleaded guilty to secretly recording boys in public restrooms in Maryland.
A Baltimore City police sergeant has been charged with illegally recording a judge.
Baltimore police launch an investigation into a cell phone video that shows officers threatening to arrest a man who was recording them.