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Uber has been accused of trying to poach drivers from Lyft with its ads in San Francisco.

Uber’s War on Lyft Could Prompt Federal Investigation

The ride-share service’s apparent attempts to sabotage its competitors might become red meat for the Federal Trade Commission or state attorneys general.

Beware the Risks of Government Data Center Consolidation

Federal data center consolidation has its share of benefits -- and challenges.

A Northridge, Calif., bridge collapsed after a 1994 earthquake.

Is There a Better Way to Measure Earthquakes?

USGS' logarithmic magnitude scale is confusing to many, but it's here to stay.

How Republicans Flip-Flopped on Government-Run Internet

Letting cities provide Internet service to their residents wasn't always a partisan issue.

Scientists Go Beyond Science to Explain Their Climate Terror

New site hosts handwritten letters from scientists expressing their fears about climate change.

First responders are among those invited to submit ideas.

Homeland Security Science Chief Wants to Know What You Think His Goals Should Be

Undersecretary Brothers launches collaborative online channel for feedback on long-term strategies.

3 Tips for Adapting Programs to Rapidly Changing Technology

Road mapping can help you make informed guesses about where to invest.

How Data Analytics Can Help Root Out Food Stamp Fraud

Advanced data analytics can help the Agriculture Department detect fraud early -- and even stop it from happening.

Monkeys Can't Get a Copyright

The U.S. Copyright Office includes monkeys on a list of things that do not qualify for copyright protection.