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DHS Takes a Second Stab at Automating Immigration Casework

InfoZen wins first contract in project's revival, hopes agile software development will make the difference.

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How the NSA Can Use Metadata to Predict Your Personality

Despite assurances that metadata is free of content, new research shows that it can be highly personal. By Patrick Tucker

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An Unauthorized Leak on Unauthorized 'Zero Dark Thirty' Remarks?

Defense watchdog said to accuse former colleague of spilling report to Congress.

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One of the NSA's Biggest Defenders Is Retiring to Be a Radio Host

Chairman of the House Intelligence Committee isn't seeking re-election.

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How Google Responds to Search Warrants (in One Plain Language Stop Motion Video)

Government requests for Google user info in criminal cases are up about 120 percent since 2009.

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Newt Gingrich's Plan to Stave Off the Apocalypse

Gingrich and former CIA officials are convinced that our electrical grid could be wiped out at any moment.

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The Air Force Scandal That Just Won't Go Away

The timeline of the alleged cheating has stretched from two months to two years.

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This Electronic Health Record's Cost Has Jumped 2,233 Percent

…and other billion dollar horrors from GAO.

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Electronic Warfare Accounts for 5 Percent of the Defense 2015 Science Budget

Advanced systems are needed to counter threats from adversaries, including China, lawmakers told.

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Nuclear Unit Commander to Step Down Amid Missileer Cheating Scandal

Air Force is set to announce results of probe into cheating on job performance exams.

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