A 29-year-old contractor, who lived in Maryland and claims to have worked at the National Security Agency and the CIA, was revealed Sunday as the source of disclosures about the U.S. government’s secret surveillance programs, risking prosecution by the U.S. government.
Lawmakers are split over whether Internet and cellphone surveillance is the right thing to do. The Obama Administration says the programs have made Americans safer.
Surveillance video and pictures from the public have made it possible to put a face to the suspected marathon bombers.
A stunning find in Anne Arundel County: hundreds of security cameras unknown to the police department. Now the new county executive is ordering a full investigation.
The hunt to find the person who murdered a University of Maryland Eastern Shore student continues. And state police have a new tool to help them catch the killer.
Safety on the bus. The MTA says it could be improved by turning up the audio on cameras. But if some lawmakers have their way, investigators will have to use the video only to solve crime.
Though it’s been over a decade since the terrorist attacks of 9/11, the government is working through lists of targets that need better protection.
Baltimore Police have released surveillance video hoping it will help them identify a man wanted for a triple shooting in the Charles North community.
Baltimore police are warning spectators of the Grand Prix to stay off high rooftops on downtown buildings.
New reaction to the explosive video of a city police officer being shot by fellow officers. Officer William Torbit’s sister watches the video for the first time here at WJZ.
Baltimore’s network of police-monitored surveillance cameras continues to expand.
The upcoming launch of a military satellite is expected to bring hundreds of people to the lower Eastern Shore.