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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.

April 8 Leave a comment

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

April 7 Leave a comment

Consumer Protection Chief: Efforts to Reach (the Many) People Who Don’t Read the Federal Register Are Working

Cordray tells bar association experiment in online public comment will expand.

April 4 Leave a comment

White House Doubles Down on Green-Tech Loan Program

Administration revives basically the same program that financed Solyndra.

April 3 Leave a comment

The Death of the Presidential Selfie?

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

April 2 Leave a comment

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.

March 31 Leave a comment

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.

March 28 Leave a comment

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

March 26 Leave a comment

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.

March 20 Leave a comment

Mapping a More Participatory Government

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

March 20 Leave a comment