More Than 7,000 People Are 'Declared Dead' By Mistake Every Year: One Woman's StoryImagine waking up one day to find your bank account empty. You know it's wrong, but when you try to fix it, the bank says "you're dead,".
Substance In Suspicious Package At Social Security Administration Mail Room Not HazardousThe substance in a suspicious package found in a mail room at the Woodlawn Social Security Administration complex is inert and not hazardous.
Most Popular 2016 Baby Names List Released By Social Security Admin.The Social Security Administration has released its annual list of the most popular baby names from the year prior.
Balt. Co. Police Find No 'Suspicious Subjects' Near Social Security BuildingBaltimore County Police were "investigating suspicious subjects" near the Social Security Administration building Tuesday.
Annual List of Most Popular Baby Names Released By Social Security AdministrationThe Social Security Administration has released its annual list of the most popular baby names from the year prior.
Officials: Second Hack Exposed Military And Intel DataA massive data breach exposed last week may be even larger than feared.
Cardin To Discuss Federal Workforce Concerns At ForumMaryland's Sen. Ben Cardin is holding a forum to discuss federal workforce concerns.
Baltimore Claims Authorizer Earns Emerging Leadership M.B.A."I wanted to make a difference in the lives of everyday people by providing exemplary service to those who need it," says Claudine Richardson.
Judge OKs $6.6M Settlement For Social Security WorkersA federal administrative law judge in Baltimore has given preliminary approval to a $6.6 million settlement for more than 570 current and former Social Security Administration employees with disabilities.
Feds Open New Data Center In Western MarylandThe Social Security Administration is opening a new national data center near Frederick.
Stage 4 Prostate Cancer Among 25 Conditions Now Covered By Social SecurityA life-saving decision made by the Social Security Administration was announced Monday in Baltimore.
Gov. Agency Reprimands Worker For FartingA federal government agency did more than wrinkle its nose at an employee's flatulence problem. The Social Security Administration issued an official reprimand to the employee after months of foul odors, but the agency says it has since retracted the rebuke.
Md. Man Accused Of Stealing Government PropertyA Severn man has been indicted on a charge of theft of government property after metal cabinets were stolen from a warehouse that stored property owned by the Social Security Administration.
Feds Award $192M Contract For Md. SSA BuildingThe federal government says it's awarding a $191.6 million contract for design and construction of a new Social Security Administration data center in Urbana.
Arrest In Shooting Near Social Security BuildingBaltimore County police say a man has been charged in a shooting that led to a temporary lockdown of the Social Security Administration headquarters.