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A reporter walks toward Google's new self-driving prototype car during a demonstration at the Google campus in Mountain View, Calif.

High-Tech Transportation: Can Congress Regulate Technology that Doesn’t Exist Yet?

Companies say federal regulations are needed before technology can evolve.

The problems at the NYSE were not the result of a cyberattack.

Washington Can't Fix Computer Glitches

Wednesday’s NYSE and United Airlines problems wouldn't have been avoided if there had been a cybersecurity-information-sharing law in place.

Cornyn: Deal to Bring Snowden Home Would Be 'Insulting and Inappropriate'

The fugitive leaker should serve at least 12 to 20 years, the Majority Whip said this week.

Rep. Elizabeth Esty, D-Conn.

5th OPM Hack Hearing Presents Yet Another Unanswered Question

No "credit check" can offset the risks to national security of compromised security clearance records.

Video: Finding a Cure Aboard the International Space Station

How the investigation of protein crystals in space is helping treat Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy.

Homeland Security Secretary Jeh Johnson

DHS Secretary: 'Federal Cybersecurity Is Not Where It Needs To Be'

DHS' multipronged approach includes public-private information sharing groups, among others.

For Agencies, Chief Data Officers are All About Business

Chief data officers across government do not share all the same duties, job descriptions, reporting structures or budgets.

Can Silicon Valley Save Federal IT?

An agile, open sensibility has overtaken Washington. But can it budge the behemoth federal bureaucracy?

The Packer Meadows Fire on the Lolo National Forest in 201.

Can Drones Solve America’s Wildfire Crisis?

The Congress gets creative in a quest to fight fire.

Hillary Clinton: Cyber Legislation Is 'Not Enough' to Stop Dangerous Foreign Hackers

The candidate cites China, Russia, North Korea and Iran as threats.