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President Barack Obama speaks to the media during a meeting with his cabinet members in the Cabinet Room of the White House.

Obama to Cabinet: I Expect Better Performance

President tells agency heads they’ve got room for improvement.

Need to Know Memo: Three Keys to a Winning App

Agencies are learning that in the mobile world, it's all about engaging experiences.

Need to Know Memo: Finding Savings in the Cloud

Agencies see myriad benefits in shifting work to the Internet.

Members of the media wearing protective suits and masks visit Tokyo Electric Power Co.'s tsunami-crippled Fukushima Dai-ichi nuclear power plant during a press tour in Fukushima prefecture, northeastern Japan, Feb. 20, 2012.

How the Fukushima Disaster Is Changing the Future of Robotics

The future of humanoid robotics is rising from the radioactive ashes of Fukushima. By Patrick Tucker

Germany's Per Mertesacker, back, and United States' Clint Dempsey go for a header during the World Cup.

US and Germany Face Off on Soccer and Spying

Internet governance was on the agenda at Thursday’s bilateral cyber meeting.

A picture of the Osterhout Design Group's X-6 glasses.

The Military Is About to Get New Spy Glasses

The Defense Department’s new smart spectacles go beyond Google Glass. By Patrick Tucker

Disputed $103 Million DHS Employee Smartcard Project Falls Behind

Government attorneys reject latest protest pitting HP against contract winner XTec.

CIA CIO Opens Up About Amazon Cloud

Langley's top tech executive calls the AWS cloud “one of the most important” tech procurements as of late.

CIA Sued for Failing to Disclose Senate Torture-Probe Records

Lawsuit comes as the administration is close to declassifying a Senate report on the agency’s one-time interrogation techniques.

NYPD conducts 'dirty bomb' drill on the Third Avenue bridge in 2011.

Terror May Become a Bigger Focus at Med School

A biochemistry-course lecture on nerve agents could become part of coursework.