'I think we have not done enough’ on Syria, Russia, cybersecurity, and more, she says
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Clapper compares intelligence community's "great responsibilities" to Spiderman's.
Flubbing cyber terminology could have real-world consequences.
Union says civilian employees will bear the brunt of "indiscriminate cuts."
As weeks slip away, Pentagon officials say they’re only on ‘step one’ of a crucial survey of alternate locations for the detainees.
Service officials can identify soldiers who are most at risk, but acting on that information poses a moral dilemma.
More than four million Syrians have left their homes since civil war broke out in 2011.
House Benghazi Probe Leader: Former Top Clinton Aide Mills 'Answered All of the Committee's Questions'
Trey Gowdy says the nine-hour interview with Cheryl Mills will be ‘treated as classified,’ rebuffing a senior Democrat’s call for the transcript’s immediate release.
With an influx of 1.1 billion passengers over the next two decades, TSA technology and procedures will need to change.
Robert Hale is growing less hopeful about avoiding a lapse in appropriations next month.