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The Navy Has Built a Fire Extinguisher That Walks

A new robot firefighter can see through smoke and carry a hose on its own.

Energy Officials Were Confused About Secrecy Surrounding Electric Grid

Inspector general says warnings on handling of classified details went unheeded.

Ash Carter's Confirmation Hearing Is Not About Ash Carter

The Senate Armed Services Committee isn't going to let President Obama or the Pentagon off easy.

Should Red Meat Warnings Include Damage to the Environment?

A political battle shapes up around federal dietary guidelines.

DHS Spending Bill Stalls in the Senate As Deadline for a Partial Shutdown Draws Closer

Mitch McConnell now faces the same problem with his party’s right flank as Boehner does in the House.

A Look Inside the Pentagon's $585 Billion Budget Request

While the Pentagon will enjoy a peace dividend of sorts, the latest proposal still keeps the military on a war footing.

White House Debuts Dot-Gov Cyber Enforcement Squad

"E-gov Cyber" will release data breach notification rules and score agencies' compliance with security policies.

Lawmakers to Tackle Homeland Security Funding This Week

A week that begins with Budget Day will also include debates on the fate of Obama's health and immigration policies.

Should Veterans With PTSD Be Exempt From the Death Penalty?

Some legal experts argue a categorical ban is justified.