The security breach at Target is even worse than we first thought. In all, more than 100 million people may have been hacked.
The Transportation Security Administration says a woman tried to bring a stun gun designed to look like a cell phone onto a plane at Baltimore/Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport.
A table at e-End holds jars full of tiny pieces of metal and plastic that were once cellphones, rifles and even body armor.
Howard County school leaders are stepping up security to help keep students safe. The upgrades are recommendations from the district’s school safety task force that formed days after the Newtown school shootings.
A staggering number of dangerous weapons are confiscated at BWI Marshall Airport every day. That problem is facing increased scrutiny after the recent murder of a TSA agent in Los Angeles.
The Allegany County Board of Education has reached agreement with several law enforcement agencies to staff school.
Going through airport security just got easier for millions of Americans now that Southwest announced it’s joining the TSA PreCheck program.
A new computer virus is threatening to not only wipe out your computer files but empty out your wallet.
A shocking new report reveals inadequate security at federal buildings. A government watchdog group says when a gunman killed 12 people at the Washington Navy Yard, its security guards weren’t properly trained for such an attack and that some guards at Maryland’s federal facilities aren’t either.
Anne Arundel County police are investigating a security breach that potentially compromised patient information at the Hospice of the Chesapeake.
No laughing matter. A 21-year-old Baltimore man has been arrested for stabbing two security guards during a dispute at the Baltimore Comedy Factory.
As authorities learn more about Aaron Alexis, new questions are being raised about security at the Navy Yard he targeted.