FORT MEADE, Md. (AP) — A passenger in a vehicle that was fired upon outside the National Security Agency campus says the unlicensed teen driver made a wrong turn, panicked and hit the gas.
The Military Times reports two of the three people occupying a sport-utility vehicle that was fired on and halted as it attempted to gain access to the National Security Agency (NSA) have been released. The third party was turned over to the Howard County Sheriff’s office for failing to make child support payments. Investigators believe […]
The former head of both the National Security Agency and the CIA on Friday said special counsel Robert Mueller’s indictments against numerous Russian nationals and entities charged with election-meddling put to rest the conspiracy that his investigation is a “hoax.” The report...
The House is launching an investigation of Rob Porter as President Trump insists he's "totally opposed" to domestic violence. An SUV crashed into the gates at the headquarters of the National Security Agency—three people were injured...Show More Summary
Three people were taken into custody after an SUV slammed into a security barrier outside the National Security Agency's headquarters in Maryland. Law enforcement sources told CBS News that an NSA police officer opened fire on the vehicle. CBS News justice and homeland security correspondent Jeff Pegues joins CBSN from Fort Meade with details.
A wrong turn may have led three men to drive onto the campus of the U.S. National Security Agency near Washington on Wednesday, sparking a scare that drew gunfire from guards and sent three to the hospital, FBI officials said. The FBI said there was no link to terrorism in the incident. The...
U.S. law enforcement officials took three people into custody on Wednesday after they tried to drive onto the campus of the U.S. National Security Agency near Washington in an incident that the FBI said had no clear link to terrorism. The motorists, who were not identified, drove a black sport...
The heads of several U.S. law and spy agencies claim that smartphone buyers should avoid buying products from China's Huawei, since the company poses a risk of data theft and surveillance of users, but also are a danger to national security as well.
Shots were fired outside the headquarters of the National Security Agency in Fort Meade, Maryland, when an SUV slammed into a security gate. Authorities say the situation is under control. CBS News justice and homeland security correspondent Jeff Pegues joins CBSN from Fort Meade with details on the incident.
Video from the scene shows a black SUV stopped at the barricades to the National Security Agency campus in Fort Meade, Maryland on Feb. 14, 2018. … Click to Continue »
One person was injured in a shooting Wednesday morning outside the National Security Agency headquarters in Fort Meade, officials said.
Image via SAUL LOEB/AFP/Getty Images NSA Shooting Leaves 1 Injured, Suspect In Custody S#!t got real this morning in Maryland at the National Security Agency headquarters. According to a USAToday report, a man driving an SUV rammed the front security
Police responded to a shooting Wednesday outside the National Security Agency campus at Fort Meade, where authorities surrounded a handcuffed man after a black SUV ran into a barrier. Fort Meade garrison spokeswoman Cheryl Phillips confirmed by phone that one person was injured in the shooting...
Suspect in custody and black SUV stopped at barrier after shooting outside National Security Agency in Fort Meade, Maryland. (Feb. 14)
SUV stopped at entrance to key U.S. intelligence facility northeast of Washington
We have breaking news of a shooting outside the headquarters of the National Security Agency, one of the key U.S. intelligence facilities. An SUV was stopped at the entrance to the NSA at Fort Meade, Maryland, northeast of Washington. You can see bullet holes in the vehicle's windshield.
At the Senate Intelligence Committee’s annual "Worldwide Threats" hearing, the US' top intelligence agencies highlighted national security challenges with technology.
National Security Agency whistleblower Edward Snowden quipped in a tweet Monday that he won government security clearance “faster than half of this White House.”
A Russian who offered stolen National Security Agency cyberweapons and compromising information on President Donald Trump bilked U.S. spies out of $100,000 last year, the New York Times reported on Friday, citing U.S. and European security officials. Show More Summary
American spies sent coded messages on the public National Security Agency Twitter account during negotiations with a shady Russian who wanted to sell them compromising material on President Donald Trump. The NSA fired off roughly a dozen...Show More Summary