Anyone who has had to sit through a meeting that lasted all day knows that sometimes it can be hard to stay focused.
As Gov. Martin J. O'Malley mulls over a run for president in 2016, a new Gallup Poll suggests he faces a significant challenge—a vast majority of voters nationally have never heard of him.
A political strategist tells the paper "you could make up names, and they would have roughly the same favorable/unfavorable scores" as the Maryland governor.
Assuming you had something better to do, you probably missed Gov. Martin O'Malley on C-SPAN Saturday night speaking to a gathering of New Hampshire Democrats at the state party's annual Jefferson Jackson dinner.
A few government and politics headlines for Monday morning.
HAGERSTOWN — The defense attorney for an Army intelligence analyst suspected to leaking classified information to WikiLeaks is focusing on the soldier’s mental state. A list of 48 prospective defense witnesses released Saturday by attorney David Coombs includes 15 who would testify at a Dec. 16 hearing about Pfc. Bradley Manning’s mental, emotional or behavioral […]
Martha Stewart’s media aspirations just got bigger: Meet Martha Stewart, comic-book heroine. The woman who created her own media empire — television, magazines and more — is getting a biographical treatment in her own comic book next month. “Female Force: Martha Stewart,” a one-shot issue from Bluewater Productions Inc. to be sold in comic book […]
If WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange conspired with Bradley Manning to acquire and disseminate classified government documents, the United States should indict, extradite, and prosecute him. But the United States government should not use extralegal means to coerce or bribe American companies into withholding services from WikiLeaks.com as long as that organization’s First Amendment right to [&he[...]
WASHINGTON — After the latest WikiLeaks revelations, the government is setting in motion a new information “big chill,” reversing almost a decade of post-Sept. 11 efforts to nudge U.S. officials into sharing sensitive documents. The Pentagon has detailed new security safeguards, including restraints on small computer flash drives, to make it harder for any one […]