Rule would require federal agencies to "ban the box."
The justices signed off Thursday on a new procedural rule for warrants targeting computers.
Kim Dong-chul of Fairfax, Virginia, was arrested last October.
Transformation of culture doesn’t happen in "bursts or epiphanies," head of 18F says.
Agencies exceeded contracting goals for the third consecutive year.
Usage has ticked up in recent years, but White House wants agencies to improve communication to employees.
Supporters say it will help the state government be more effective in hiring and firing but opponents fear weakened worker protections.
The recent release of President Warren Harding's love letters to his mistress Carrie Phillips has created quite the stir. But Harding isn't the first president to have written love letters from the Oval Office.
Plus: NASA is giving smartphones to its robots, climate change deniers are being denied time on BBC's airwaves, and recreational marijuana is now legal in Washington state.
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