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Federal employees continue to be Congress' go-to resource for deficit reduction through pay freezes and increases in their retirement contributions, according to Congressman Chris Van Hollen (D-Md.). Van Hollen's column is part of Federal News Radio's special report, Now or Never: Ideas to Save the Failing Budget Process.
If you want to get rich, or at least make bigger bucks, consider a career in government ... but not the federal government. Senior Correspondent Mike Causey says you should check out the help wanted ads for the state where you pay your income, sales or property taxes ...
The suburbs of Washington, D.C., saw big increases. Residents of Montgomery County, the state's largest county, grew by 11.3 percent to 971,777. The number of Prince George's County residents rose 7.7 percent to 863,420. Baltimore County's population went up 6.7 percent to 805,029.
NIST investigates secure USB flaws, Maryland touted as cybersecurity hub
The state of Maryland has announced plans to be "front and center" among states when it comes to creating federal cybersecurity jobs.
Recreation News publisher Karl Teel gives highlights of what's happening this weekend.
Hundreds of cyber-related jobs are currently open in the D.C. area.
Baltimore's Inner Harbor is getting a Bubba Gump-themed restaurant.
A 24-year-old woman was struck and killed Thursday night as she tried to cross Georgia Avenue near Regina Drive.
Giving away $1 million in gas? Ocean City considered that at first, but has now trimmed the dollar amount to $100,000.