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Leon Panetta and Hillary Clinton: It's Complicated

Reporters have focused on how the former defense secretary's memoir praises her and criticizes the president. The book itself tells a different story.

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Predictive Modeling vs. Lead Hot Spots; California’s DMV Hiring Spree

Also in our State & Local news roundup: A local chicken scandal has forced the resignation of a mayor and city manager.

NSA's Moonlighting Problem

A former NSA head has recruited one of his underlings for his lucrative cybersecurity firm—but that underling still works for the agency.

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Facebook to Feds: Stop Impersonating Our Users

The social network accused the DEA of threatening "the integrity of our community" by pretending to be a New York woman on the site.

Play of the Day: How Television Could Save the Supreme Court

Last Week Tonight takes on the camera ban at the court.

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Amid Ebola Scare, CDC Falls in Public’s Esteem

Poll shows FBI as only civilian agency respected by majority of Americans.

One Way to Avoid Flight Delays: Help Air-Traffic Controllers Do a Better Job

Hamsa Balakrishnan develops algorithms that help controllers and pilots better manage who's taking off and when.

White House Sheep, a History

In 1918, President Wilson wanted sheep. But trouble lurked.

Public-Private Sector Pay Gap Remains at 35 Percent

Federal Salary Council report says feds now earn on average 35.2 percent less than their peers, a disparity that’s down 0.2 percent from 2013.

U.S. military personnel discuss construction details with a Liberian contractor at the future location of an Ebola treatment unit in Liberia.

U.S. Troops Fighting Ebola in West Africa Are Earning Bonus Pay

Military members can earn up to $400 extra per month.

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U.S. Hospitals Aren't 'Ebola-Ready'

Healthcare workers say they're far from prepared to treat a patient with the virus.

Nobody Panic, But There Was an Ebola Scare at the Pentagon

A woman who recently visited Africa became ill outside the Pentagon this morning. But let's not jump to conclusions.

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