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Sen. Patrick Leahy. D-Vt., speaks with USAID's Dr. Rajiv Sha Tuesday.

Did the USAID Cuban Twitter Debacle 'Taint All USAID Employees as Spies?'

Sen. Patrick Leahy asked if that was the case at an appropriations hearing Tuesday.

IBM's "Watson" computer at its offices in Yorktown Heights, N.Y.

Teaching Machines How to Spell Will Help Catch Terrorists

It’s time anti-terrorism technology move beyond finding ways to replace humans and start finding ways to work with us. By David Murgatroyd

White House Doubles Down on Green-Tech Loan Program

Administration revives basically the same program that financed Solyndra.

Boston Red Sox designated hitter David "Big Papi" Ortiz takes a selfie with President Barack Obama during a ceremony on the South Lawn of the White House.

The Death of the Presidential Selfie?

Obama's selfie with Red Sox player David Ortiz was a sham designed by Samsung.

Members of the code 715 Marine Mammal Team at Space and Naval Warfare Systems Center Pacific, in San Diego.

How to Turn a Dolphin, Sea Lion, or Whale Into a Sea Creature Commando

The Navy Marine Mammal Program has used these animals to help detect sea mines.

Newt Gingrich's Plan to Stave Off the Apocalypse

Gingrich and former CIA officials are convinced that our electrical grid could be wiped out at any moment.

An artist's rendition of the XS-1 space plane

Big Data, Synthetic Biology and Space Planes Are the Weapons of the Future

DARPA’s FY15 budget is full of more money for cutting-edge capabilities like big data, synthetic biology and space planes. By Patrick Tucker

The Cheapest Contract Isn’t Always the Best, Acquisition Officials Say

Employees need more training to determine the appropriate type of contract to achieve innovation.

Chicago uses open 311 for a map of dog parks in the city.

Mapping a More Participatory Government

From federal spending to broken streetlights, layered data helps citizens.