software development

Tech firm finds talent in unexpected places

When Mike Norris graduated from Baltimore's Stevenson University with a degree in business information systems, he thought he'd quickly nab an entry-level tech job. Instead, he found himself working as a security guard patrolling parking lots, earning $7.50 an hour.

ACLU demands DeVos back down from defunding threat

The American Civil Liberties Union is calling for the Education Department to rescind its threat to revoke a university's Middle East studies program's federal funding over allegations including that its curriculum fails to address the plight of the region's Christians and Jews.

Computer hobbyists use AI to create deepfakes

By day, Paul Shales is a computer programmer who works in advertising operations for a bank. By night, he's creating videos that show Elon Musk as a creepy looking, giggly baby; President Donald Trump as a temperamental pageant contestant on "Toddlers & Tiaras"; and Kim Kardashian freestyle rapping.