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What It Will Take To Keep Trump Tweeting From Behind China’s Great Firewall

China's censorship machine doesn't really apply to the U.S. president.

The White House’s New Climate-Change Report Directly Conflicts Trump’s Stance

The National Climate Assessment makes clear that climate change is manmade. Trump and many of his inner circle are adamant climate-change deniers.

House Speaker Paul Ryan, R-Wis.

Fate of Chief Data Officers Relies on Which Data Transparency Bill Passes

Two different versions of the OPEN Government Data Act are working their way through Congress.

Congress to Grill DHS Nominee, Former Yahoo and Equifax CEOs

And that evidence-based policy bill is moving through the House at a quick clip.

U.S. Cyber Command and the National Security Agency Director Adm. Mike Rogers testifies on Capitol Hill in Washington, Tuesday, May 9, 2017.

Army and Navy Cyber Command Ready Way Ahead of Schedule

The services reached the milestone a year ahead of schedule.

A Twitter Employee Celebrated Their Last Day by Deleting Donald Trump's Account

The platform was able to restore the president's account shortly thereafter, including all followers and previous tweets.

CIA, NSA Offer Startups More Than Money

The intelligence community can serve as a test-bed for startups pitching AI and other emerging technologies.

Travelers stand in line as they prepare to be screened a Transportation Security Administration checkpoint at Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport, Friday, May 27, 2016.

Be Funny and Other Tips from TSA's Social Media Team

Federal agencies are incorporating social media into their customer service.

This One Rule Informs All of Veterans Affairs' Customer Service Decisions

Bells and whistles are great, but they don't matter if they aren't helping customers, Veterans Affairs Department's Lynda Davis said.

NASA Has Found Another 20 Promising Planets For Humans to Colonize

One of these new planets is ripe for an "Interstellar"-style space mission.