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Maryland prostitution sting yields 23 arrests

Federal immigration officials say 23 people were arrested for soliciting prostitution in Howard, Anne Arundel and Prince George’s counties. The U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement agency says the arrests were part of a probe by its Homeland Security Investigations division ...

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Experts urge stronger cyber regulation bill

WASHINGTON — Cybersecurity experts are urging senators to close loopholes in legislation to give the government more power to force critical industries to make their computer networks more secure. Two experts are saying the bill could allow many companies to ...

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Report: 10 years later, Homeland Security Dept. still has work to do

WASHINGTON — Nearly 10 years after the September 2001 terrorist attacks there is still no system to know who is leaving the United States or exactly what is inside much of the luggage checked at airports. A Government Accountability Report ...

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O’Malley attending safety network event

Gov. Martin O’Malley is attending an event with Vice President Joe Biden and other federal officials on deploying a national public safety broadband network to improve communications for emergency responders. The event is scheduled for Thursday afternoon in Washington. Attorney ...

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US mayors to meet in Baltimore next month

Mayors from around the country will gather in Baltimore next month for the annual meeting of The United States Conference of Mayors. The economy, job creation, transportation, high-speed rail, homeland security, immigration and energy efficiency top this year’s agenda at ...

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University of Maryland student indicted for making high-quality fake IDs

The printer that federal investigators took from a University of Maryland, College Park student indicted for making fake IDs wasn’t also used for printing out term papers. What Theodore S. Michaels had in his dorm room was an older version ...

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