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Everything You Need To Know About Security Clearances

If you’re applying for a job with the United States government or military, you may be required to apply for security clearance as well. If you already hold security clearance, it must be renewed after a certain amount of time.

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Capital Gazette: Naval Academy midshipman acquitted of sexual assault charges

https://www.capitalgazette.com/news/naval_academy/ac-cn-midshipman-acquitted-20190415-story.html By Danielle Ohl, Capital Gazette April 15, 2019 A jury acquitted a Naval Academy midshipman on all charges Friday, the culmination of a five-day trial for charges of sexual assault. Midshipman First Class Michael Wallace was found not guilty

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Strange – and Completely Real – Laws in the DMV

April Fool’s Day may be the day for pranks and jokes, but the laws below are actual regulations in Washington, D.C., Maryland, and Virginia. (Spoiler alert: Virginia REALLY cares about birds!) Washington, D.C. It’s illegal to throw a cantaloupe in

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Drunk and Disorderly: Alcohol Charges in the DMV

With the St. Patrick’s Day festivities well underway, it’s important to drink responsibly, but also to be aware of your conduct and the conduct of those around you. There are several potential charges that can come about from a night

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