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U.S. Government Agencies are Buying Ads On Facebook—In Russian

Voice of America spends tens of thousands of dollars on Facebook ads.

House Bill Would Allow Companies to Hack Back—With Limits

The bill would let hacked companies steal back or destroy their files but not cause exact retribution on hackers.

FirstNet Seeks Disaster Response Apps

Developers can submit their emergency response-themed apps for review for the networks' app store.

IRS Suspends $7 Million Equifax Contract

The suspension comes after additional security incidents at Equifax.

DHS Nominee Would Be Agency’s First Homegrown Cyber Leader

Kirstjen Nielsen would be the agency's first secretary with extensive cyber experience.

Trump’s Tech Office Wants More Short-Term Talent

The Office of American Innovation could model its recruitment efforts after Obama-era tech programs.

Rep. Will Hurd, R-Texas

Lawmaker Says Justice Department is Wrong About Encryption

Rep. Will Hurd, R-Texas, thinks weakening encryption would be bad for national security.

Census Needs $4.5B More for 2020 Count, Commerce Secretary Says

The funds are crucial to getting the IT back on track, Wilbur Ross told lawmakers.

A U.S. Air Force RC-135, which is made by L3 Technologies.

Top Defense CEO Blasts Washington Budget Gridlock

‘National security is not an entitlement,” said Michael Strianese, chairman and CEO of L3 Technologies.

Rep. Mark Meadows, R-S.C.

Lawmakers Want Answers on 'Unacceptable' Security Clearance Backlog

OPM and Defense Department argue over which is better able to oversee the clearance process.