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Did the FBI Pay Hackers to Break Into That iPhone?

The Washington Posts reports that the Israeli security firm Cellebrite didn't break into the phone.

Gen. John Hyten, commander of the Air Force Space Command, could be the first non-pilot to lead the service since it was created in 1947.

The Air Force's Next Chief Might Be Its Space-War General

Gen. John Hyten has never flown a warplane, but he plays a role in just about every Air Force mission.

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Navy IT Official: Laws Aren’t Flexible Enough for Emerging Technology

Technology is evolving too rapidly for legal policies to keep up, and it’s hindering the military’s ability to meet its mission, the Navy's deputy CIO says.

Proposed FOIA Changes Could Shield Pentagon Documents on Torture, Contractor Abuse

Transparency groups seek to head off Pentagon bid to narrow transparency law.

Dr. Anne Schuchat, principal deputy director of the Centers for Disease Control, and Dr. Anthony Fauci, director of NIH/NIAID, speak about the Zika virus Monday.

Top Public-Health Officials Join Political Fight Over Emergency Zika Funding

“I don’t have what I need right now,” says director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases.

DOD Tech Chief Talks Data Centers, Modernization and Cyber Workforce

The Defense Department’s top techie discussed the Pentagon’s most pressing IT issues.

Military Services Inconsistent in Administering Voter Aid Program

Watchdog finds differing performance standards that could jeopardize counting of overseas ballots.

The Justice Department Wants Apple to Unlock Another iPhone

The case is pretty similar to the San Bernardino one.

A building at the Lackland Air Force Base in San Antonio, seen in 2014.

Deadly Shootings at Lackland Air Force Base

At least two people are dead, the Bexar County Sheriff said, in an apparent murder-suicide.