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Military's Ebola Vaccine Tests Appears to be Safe

Trials bode well for gaining control of the hemorrhagic viral disease.

The Shocking Claims in the Terrorism Indictment of Two New York Women

The women allegedly researched how to produce three varieties of bombs and planned to carry out an attack in the U.S.

Obama delivered the statement Thursday.

Obama on New Iran Agreement: 'It Is a Good Deal'

Negotiators settled on “key parameters” for a future deal on Thursday, three days past a self-imposed deadline.

John Kerry speaks to staff during a break in Iran negotiations in Switzerland last week.

Iran Talks Could Win Kerry a Nobel Peace Prize

Experts say we won't know true impact of any deal for years.

Secret Service agents guard President Obama during a March event in Cleveland, Ohio. DHS secretary Jeh Johnson wants to protect agents from having to testify before Congress.

DHS Vows to Shield Mid-Level Employees From Congress

Protections set up showdown with lawmakers attempting to investigate Secret Service scandals.

Obama Declares Cyber Attacks A ‘National Emergency’

A new executive order will allow the government to impose financial sanctions against those waging malicious cyberattacks.

Obama Will Weigh In By April 30 On Military Panel's Proposed Compensation Reforms

The president on Monday offered support for 15 recommendations, but didn't rubber-stamp them.

BYOD to the Pentagon? Pilot to Begin This Summer

One of the government’s most risk-averse agencies is making plans for a BYOD pilot program this summer.

Feds Charged With Stealing Bitcoin

A former DEA official and a former Secret Service agent are accused of using bitcoin to launder money during an investigation into Silk Road.

IG: Former Hawaii VA Supervisor Circumvented Benefits Claims Policy

A supervisor, who has since resigned, said he was trying to help vets, not misrepresent data.