The EB-5 Visa Program Allows Thousands of Wealthy Foreigners to Buy Citizenship Each Year

Each year, the government grants green cards to 10,000 rich investors, the vast majority of whom are Chinese. Is this program creating enough jobs to warrant its continuation?

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Congressman: OPM Hack Data Being Used to Attempt Identity Theft


Rep. Gerry Connolly’s assessment is at odds with what leaders of the intelligence community and OPM have said.

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Drone Firm Faces $1.9 FAA Million Fine for Unsanctioned Flights

The agency has proposed its largest ever fine of a company for unauthorized drone flights.

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Why Aren't We Learning from These Devastating Cyberattacks?

Here's why cyberthreat information sharing between the public and private sectors might make sense.

Nextgov Sen. Sheldon Whitehouse, D-R.I.

Senators Aim to Revamp Federal Rules for Electronic Medical Charts

The measure aims to fix the system’s problems—but also make them more transparent.


GSA’s Gwynne Kostin to Take 1-year Presidential Transition Detail

Kostin's new work will focus on "developing new programming to help an incoming administration get up and running on Ready to Govern."

Nextgov DHS Secretary Jeh Johnson

House Expected to Green-light Bipartisan Bill Barring DHS from Reshuffling

The bipartisan measure was approved Sept. 30 by the Committee on Homeland Security and is expected to easily pass, as is, this evening.


Talking Helmets and Base-Building Robots: The Army's 3-D Printing Future

A researcher at the service’s Weapons and Materials Directorate lays out a vision for additive printers on the battlefield.


How US Intelligence Can Hack Your Smartphone, According to Snowden

Sending just one text can enable the UK and the US to furtively take over someone’s smartphone.

Nextgov Working to make humans a bit more like Wolverine.

DARPA Working on Tech That Could Help Bodies Heal Themselves

The project aims to figure out how to monitor and treat the human body with its own nervous system.

Nextgov The National Security Agency's Utah Data Center in Bluffdale, Utah.

NSA Spying Violates Privacy Rights, EU Court Rules

By throwing out a key international agreement, the ruling delivers a blow to global tech companies.