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Mattis on 2018 Budget: ‘We Have Got to Get a Bill Passed’

Congress is working up budgets that bust spending caps, with little evidence of a deal to avoid automatic cuts.

Here’s What You Need To Know Now About U.S. Customs Searches Of Your Phone

A new letter from the agency is being spun as a victory for travelers—but it's not that simple.

President Donald Trump speaks during a meeting with Russian President Vladimir Putin at the G20 Summit, Friday, July 7, 2017.

How a U.S. and Russian Cybersecurity Partnership Could Work

Odd partnerships aren't unheard of the in the cybersecurity world.

It Will Take Human-Machine Teams to Fight Cyber Threats, McAfee CTO Says

Artificial intelligence won’t replace humans, but it will change the way they work.

Government Advisory Group Preps ‘Moonshot’ Plan to Fight Botnets

The DHS advisory body also finalized a report on how government should prepare for AI, quantum computing and other emerging tech.

If The U.S. Really Wants To Go To Mars, Elon Musk Knows How To Bring Down The Price

It would take a little old-fashioned competition and a lot less government control.

Survey: Feds Still Use Shadow I.T. to Do Their Jobs

Many federal employees turn to personal devices to boost their productivity, a recent survey found.

  The X-37B Orbital Test Vehicle mission 3 (OTV-3), the Air Force's unmanned, reusable space plane, landed at Vandenberg Air Force Base in 2014.

U.S. Won't Launch a Military Space Corps—For Now

Russian and Chinese anti-satellite weapons testing has raised the profile of space conflict in recent years.

DOD Officials: Use AI-Fueled Systems to Inform Policy-Makers, Not To Kill

Artificial intelligence is taking on a growing role in intelligence analysis in North Korea.