Fort Meade

Fire fighters respond to the scene of a small plane crash in Anne Arundel County. (Credit: Anne Arundel County Fire)

Plane Crash Survivor Wants to Fly Again Soon

One of the two men who survived a small plane crash near Fort Meade says he will fly again when he’s recovered from his injuries.


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Hogan Visiting Fort Meade for Tour and Proclamation

Gov. Larry Hogan is visiting Fort Meade.


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Ex-Fort Meade Worker Gets 8 Years for Sex Crimes

A former Fort Meade youth center worker is going to federal prison for sex offenses involving two adolescent boys.


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Officials to Announce $10M for Fort Meade Road

Maryland officials are announcing $10 million in federal funding to widen Route 175 at Fort Meade.


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FBI Probe Into Child Sex Abuse at Fort Meade

U.S. officials say the FBI is investigating possible child sexual abuse at Fort Meade in Maryland involving a former civilian worker there.


Pfc. Bradley E. Manning is escorted from a hearing, on Jan. 8, 2013 in Fort Meade, Md. (credit: Mark Wilson/Getty Images)

Defense Opens Case In Manning’s WikiLeaks Trial

Lawyers for an Army private who gave classified information to WikiLeaks have opened their defense at his court-martial in Maryland.


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Soldier Based at Fort Meade Dies in Afghanistan

The Pentagon says a soldier based at Fort Meade has died after a non-combat-related incident.


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Bradley Manning Trial Begins 3 Years After Arrest

Army Pfc. Bradley Manning goes on trial Monday more than three years after he was arrested in Iraq and charged in the biggest leak of classified information in U.S. history.


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WikiLeaks Prosecutor Agrees To One Lesser Charge For Manning

Prosecutors say they have agreed to charge the Army private who released more than 700,000 secret U.S. documents to the WikiLeaks site with a lesser offense on one of the 22 counts against him.


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GI In WikiLeaks Case Presses U.S. For Documents

An Army private charged in the biggest spillage of secrets in U.S. history is pressing prosecutors for evidence he hopes will bolster his defense.