Still, the agency responsible for the site is in a "vastly different situation," official tells Congress.
The lab exposed workers to live anthrax and deadly strains of bird fly by improperly transporting them.
Service needs to adapt quickly to technological change, Air Force Secretary Deborah Lee James says.
Acknowledges “days ahead will not be easy."
A world leader in forensics now must quickly and accurately identify its own countrymen and international victims.
In a sharp and sudden reversal, the CIA is acknowledging it improperly tapped into the computers of Senate staffers who were reviewing the intelligence agency’s Bush-era torture practices.
Tom Wheeler suggests the new policy may run afoul of net neutrality.
Lots of government officials have found ways to monetize public service in the private sector, but none more audaciously than the former head of the NSA.
Developers accuse researchers of possibly exposing identities to feds.
It's a popular cause, but the legislation is mostly symbolic.