Fake Facebook pages set up for crash victims are driving traffic to pop-up ads on external sites.
A New York congressman has been fighting for years to prevent agencies from buying cars that run on regular gasoline.
A former Obama administration official calls attention to unaccountable mass surveillance conducted under a 1981 executive order.
The legislation would require the Pentagon to study how to modernize facilities storing U.S. nuclear warheads.
Medical professionals say the device could be helpful, but patient privacy is still a concern.
Energy Department cites “excellent” performance.
The Human Rights Foundation hopes to bring more information inside the very high, guarded walls of North Korea.
Weaknesses could cause disruption of key operations at bureau that manages federal debt.
Unaddressed vulnerabilities left key financial systems at risk for misuse.
Agency launches online contest for citizens to design 5-minute wait line systems.
Just another week in ThreatWatch, our regularly updated index of noteworthy data breaches.