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Report: The Federal Consumer Watchdog Has Data on Up to 600 Million Credit-Card Accounts

The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau is designed as a hedge against abusive business practices, but its bulk information collection is under fire.

The limousine carrying mortally wounded President John F. Kennedy races toward the hospital seconds after he was shot in Dallas, on Nov. 22, 1963.

Printing Office Releases Digital Version of Report on JFK Assassination

Includes 26 volumes of hearing records and documents.

Meet the New White House Space Buff Who Won’t Shy Away From a Challenge

OSTP can now boast the addition of another accomplished woman -- this time, an aerospace engineer from NASA.

Intelligence Community ‘All In’ on New Technology Plan

Intelligence officials say the days of owning entire stovepipe systems are over.

Navy Unveils Energy Warrior App

Smart use translates into combat capability

Less than Half of Feds Say Security Is Key Part of Their Mobile Strategy

It’s very likely employees are uploading work to Dropbox and without consent.

White House Cybersecurity Czar Michael Daniel

For White House Cyber Czar, Being Called a 'Total n00b' Just Comes with the Territory

Despite the flap over recent comments, Michael Daniel remains focused on cybersecurity’s human factor.

NCI Seals $41 Million Deal to Support Army Cyber Ops

Will provide NETCOM synchronized and secure information operations for missions.

US CIO Steven VanRoekel Steps Down

In his new role as USAID chief innovation officer, VanRoekel will be responsible for advising the agency on using technology and data in its response to the Ebola epidemic.

Uncle Sam Drops $3M in Grants to Kill the Password

Login alternatives to be tested include smartphone SIM cards and driver's licenses.