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A man controls a mini drone during the Global Robot Expo fair in Madrid in 2016.

The Army Wants to 3-D Print Minidrones in 24 Hours

Future soldiers will make their own eyes-in-the-sky on the go.

Transportation Secretary-designate Elaine Chao testifies on Capitol Hill in Washington, Wednesday, Jan. 11, 2017.

Transportation Secretary Nominee Wants Agency to ‘Keep Pace’ with Innovation

Elaine Chao emphasized a need to keep up with emerging tech to make public security and safety gains.

Senators Reintroduce Bill to Remove Barriers to Connected Device Industry

The DIGIT Act would promote economic activity by encouraging the internet of things industry to blossom.

Tech Trade Group to New Congress: Let’s Collaborate

The Information Technology Industry Council outlined four priority areas that share commonalities with Trump’s agenda.

Retired Marine Gen. John F. Kelly testifies during the Senate Homeland Security Committee hearing on his confirmation to be Secretary of Homeland Security.

DHS Nominee has ‘High Confidence’ in Intel Community’s Conclusion on Russia Hacking

The statement could put Gen. John Kelly at odds with other cabinet nominees and his future president.

Attorney General-designate, Sen. Jeff Sessions, R-Ala., testifies on Capitol Hill in Washington.

Sessions: US Needs Cyber Rules So ‘Price is Paid’ If Breached

The first day of Sen. Jeff Sessions's confirmation touched on Russian election interference, international data laws and online poker.

Russian President Vladimir Putin

Senate Staffers to Assess Intel Community’s Russian Hacking Report

Congressional staffers will examine the report’s confidential sourcing to ensure it is sound.

Reintroduced Bill Would Stop Government From Searching Your Emails Without a Warrant

The Email Privacy Act updates the 1980 Electronic Communications Privacy Act, which outlines that law enforcement can search messages more than 180 days told without a warrant.

$27M Fund Wants Artificial Intelligence with a Conscience

LinkedIn Founder Reid Hoffman kicked in $10 million.

Passengers wait on the platform before boarding a train at the U Street Metro Station in Washington, DC.

Is DC's Subway Ready for a Cyberattack?

Only five days into 2017, Metro experienced its first meltdown of the year as a computer glitch left its control center unable to communicate with tracks for about 10 minutes.

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