The Secret Service chief has stepped-up security outside the White House after a man with a knife who jumped the fence made it into the presidential residence before being apprehended, officials said Saturday.
A man who drove up to a White House gate and refused to leave was arrested on Saturday, the Secret Service said, less than 24 hours after another man jumped the fence and made it all the way into the presidential residence before being apprehended. The president and first family were not at home.
Widespread collection of personal data online frequently prompts debate about privacy, but there is one group of people that has largely managed to remain behind a wall of anonymity, says Danielle Citron: perpetrators of online threats and harassment.
If you’re looking to head over to Star-Spangled Spectacular this weekend at the Inner Harbor and Fort McHenry — you may need to know some basic information to make sure your visit is as smooth as possible.
The hamburger was born in America and is a part of our popular culture. Along the way, it’s been exported around the world.
A Prince George’s County man was arrested after he was caught with a stolen gun at BWI Thurgood Marshall Airport on Thursday afternoon.
Revelers heading to the Maryland State Fair this year will have to leave their backpacks home.
An attempt at petty theft ended up costing a man his life. Police say a suspected shoplifter tried to flee from Arundel Mills Mall but ended up drowning in the process.
Tighter security is on the way for Baltimore County schools. This, after schools nationwide and here in Maryland are seeing a spike in violence on campus.
Safety first. Baltimore Police and Pimlico security are geared up to serve and protect the thousands of Preakness fans who will converge on Pimlico Saturday.
Prince George’s County police say they decided against live-tweeting a prostitution sting because of security concerns — but they believe their plans to do so have served as a deterrent to prostitution in the county.
Johns Hopkins University officials admit to a serious mistake that put thousands of graduate students at risk of having their identities stolen.