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Why the CIA Is Still Doing Drones

The White House is supposed to be handing the program over to the Pentagon. Here's why they're dragging their feet.

You Can't Beat Climate Change With Weather Guns

Just because changing weather is a national security threat doesn’t mean you can defeat it with guns, say researchers. By Patrick Tucker

Departing Pentagon Comptroller ‘Infuriated’ By Press Reports on Financial Management

Robert Hale says the department has improved its books, and budget statements will be ready for audit by September.

This Is How America's Spies Could Find the Next National Security Threat

A recent breakthrough in online prediction markets promises a better glimpse of the future – paid for by U.S. intelligence. By Patrick Tucker

People clear snow after a storm in Baltimore Thursday, Feb. 13, 2014.

More Snow Days No Longer Means Less Work for Feds

Dramatic growth in telework keeps federal employees are on the job even when they’re out of the office.

OMB Cites Progress On Agency Performance Goals

New management priorities are expected in President Obama’s fiscal 2015 budget next month.

Uncle Sam Is Helping Illegal Pot Producers Destroy California's Water Supply

The paradoxical status of marijuana in the U.S. means growers enjoy unregulated use of water, and the resulting easy profits have helped attract operations that are increasingly industrial in scale.

Military personnel walk past an entrance to the Washington Navy Yard Thursday, Sept. 19, 2013.

House Panel Faults Local Police Departments, Contractor in Navy Yard Shooting

Two reports blame localities and U.S. Investigations Services for failing to properly vet Aaron Alexis.

DARPA Thinks the Future of Surveillance Looks Like Siri

In a live webcast with Defense One, DARPA’s innovation leader says we don't have to make a choice between privacy and security. By Patrick Tucker