THE BALTIMORE SUN
Responding to what it described as a hacking campaign by the Russian government to interfere in the U.S. presidential election, the Obama administration kicked dozens of Russian officials out of the country Thursday and closed two properties — including one on Maryland’s Eastern Shore — that the White House said have been used to gather intelligence.
In the strongest retaliation against Russia the United States has leveled in decades, the administration sanctioned two Russian intelligence services and gave 35 government officials 72 hours to leave the country.
The 45-acre site on the Corsica River near Centreville was purchased by the Soviet Union in 1972, a State Department official said.
THE BAY TIMES
During what could only be called a hectic session the county listened to two men who claimed they could stop the Russian sale even after contracts had been signed, if they could…
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