Fatalities in the federal workplace spiked in 2013.
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The networks the Army is setting up in West Africa will support both military users and NGOs, such as Doctors without Borders.
Newly released documents from the British government reveal a lack of judicial oversight for how it sifts through communications data collected by the NSA and other foreign governments.
"Hacking back" may be illegal, Michael Rogers said. But his advice doesn't apply to the agency he heads.
Mandatory quarantines upon return from West Africa could discourage health professionals from going to the front lines, president says.
Homeland Security Secretary Jeh Johnson said the action was a precautionary step, citing terrorist calls for attacks against the United States.
Robel Phillipos, a friend of Boston Marathon bombing suspect Dzhokar Tsarnaev, was found guilty of lying to the FBI despite his claim that he was too high to remember what he had done.
Watchdog faults State Department oversight of contract.
Pentagon watchdog finds 107 trips by Maj. Gen. Susan Mashiko were not for official business.
9/11, Katrina and AIDS czars share their frustrations, rewards and distaste for the title.