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The FBI's ViCAP Database Could Catch Rapists, But It's Largely Unused

Three decades after the FBI launched a revolutionary system to catch repeat offenders, it barely has any data.

Clinton appeared before the Senate Foreign Relations Committee hearing on the attacks in 2013.

Clinton Will Testify in Front of the House Benghazi Committee

The GOP-led panel said the former State Department chief's public appearance in October has been finalized.

U.S. Army Pfc. Dean Werner, 1-1 Air Defense Artillery, Charley Battery Patriot Missile operator, simulates unlocking the launcher caps during a field training exercise in 2011.

Saudi Arabia Wants 600 Patriot Missiles in Response to the Iran Deal

The Kingdom’s request for additional interceptors could be the first of many new Mideast arms purchases aimed at warding off Iranian missiles.

UPDATED: Leidos Wins Massive Pentagon Health Care Records Contract

The Defense Healthcare Management Systems Modernization contract’s base value is $4.3 billion over 10 years, with an expected 18-year lifecycle value of $9 billion.

Sen. Ron Johnson, R-Wis., said he would like "to learn why this half-billion-dollar project was greenlighted even though a more cost-effective alternative was available."

State Department Plan for Training Center Draws Senatorial Flak

Echoes of Benghazi are heard in debate over duplicative costs.

Sen. Ron Wyden, D-Ore., has railed against the information-sharing legislation passed out of the Senate Intelligence Committee as a "surveillance bill by another name."

What is in the Justice’s Cybersecurity Memo?

Despite calls for its release, the government will not make public a memo that Sen. Ron Wyden says is crucial to the Senate’s cybersecurity debate.

A microbiologist at Life Sciences Test Facility at Dugway Proving Ground, Utah, works in a specialized airtight enclosure designed for use with deadly agents.

You're Safe-ish from Anthrax, For Now

Pentagon investigation into accidental anthrax shipments blames bad processes for killing spores.

Justice IG Michael Horowitz strongly disagrees with the opinion.

Inspectors General Lose Bid to Expand Access to Agency Documents

Justice Department's opinion interprets statute as protecting grand jury, wiretap and credit information.