The Washington Bullpen, Episode 11

WASHINGTON – On this week’s episode of “The Washington Bullpen,” hosts Julia Karron and Jarod Golub discuss the FBI raids on Trump lawyer Michael Cohen’s office and residences, House Speaker Paul Ryan’s decision not to seek reelection, and Facebook CEO…

GOP senator: Maryland one of three states most targeted by Russian ads in 2016

WASHINGTON – Heavily Democratic Maryland was one of the three states most targeted by Russian ads during the 2016 presidential election, the chairman of the Senate Intelligence Committee said Wednesday. Sen. Richard Burr, R-North Carolina, used the example in an…

“Thanks, Obama”: Hundreds pay tribute on his last day in office

On the eve of the presidential inauguration of President-elect Donald Trump, about 800 people gathered Thursday to celebrate and applaud President Barack Obama on his last day in office.

Social Media, Apps Make Their Mark on D.C. Businesses

Get charged by an app, pay with an app – a look into how social media and apps are changing the business scene in the District.

Lawmakers Weigh Creation of Task Force on Self-Driving Vehicles

Public Officials, Industry Representatives Would Develop Best Practices

Google Winter Wonderlab Pops Up in Annapolis

Westfield Annapolis mall is one of six locations across the country to house Google’s Winter Wonderlab pop-up.

Maryland Minute Update: November 20, 2013

CNS reporter Ben Oldach updates you on the latest happenings from around the state including the Baltimore “Stop and Frisk” policy, Google paying $1 million to the state of Maryland and a gubernatorial candidate who is in favor of legalizing marijuana.

Maryland Delegates Use Social Media to Connect with Voters Back Home

Maryland delegates to the Republican National Convention in Tampa stayed connected with folks back home through social media; Facebook and Twitter played a bigger role than ever in documenting the convention.

Consumers Switch to iPhone, Android Platforms as BlackBerry Refocuses on Corporate Market

While many corporations continue to flock to BlackBerry for its security features, many consumers have chosen flashier competitors, including Apple’s iPhone and Google’s Android, which boast touch screens, sparkling graphics and innovative applications.

Privacy Infringements Spark Apprehension Among Online Consumers

As consumer suspicion grows regarding websites’ privacy policies, many online privacy advocates and government officials are calling on websites to revamp their policies to better protect users.