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Open Government Group Gives Obama a Mixed Report

Advocates are disappointed by lack of agency follow-through on transparency directives.

Sen. Rand Paul, R-Ky., leaves the floor of the Senate after his filibuster of the nomination of John Brennan to be CIA director.

Rand Paul Gets His Answer on Drones: 'No'

Attorney General Eric Holder has answered Sen. Ran Paul's question.

CIA Director nominee John Brennan testifies on Capitol Hill in Washington.

Congress Gets Its Drone Memos, and Obama Gets His CIA Director

The Senate Intelligence Committee voted in favor of John Brennan's nomination to be CIA director.

Obama Issues Order Implementing Sequester

Now the process begins of implementing the cuts.

CIA Director nominee John Brennan testifies on Capitol Hill in Washington.

Those Missing Drone Memos Are Now John Brennan's Worst Enemy

The Obama Administration thought the previously released documents on drones would be enough to satisfy members of the Senate Intelligence Committee.

Pentagon Details Mobile Plan to Support 600,000 End Users

No BYOD to start, though it is a ‘long term objective.’

Sen. John McCain, R-Ariz.

Senate Republicans Finally Get Their Hands on Benghazi Emails

The emails should placate the Senators looking to delay the confirmation of Defense Secretary nominee Chuck Hagel.

Is the White House Trading Benghazi Secrets to Avoid Questions on Drones?

As the Obama Administration maneuvers to secure John Brennan's appointment as CIA director, they are reportedly offering new information about the attack on Benghazi.

White House Will Respond to Petition to Re-legalize Unlocking Cellphones

Petitioners are also sounding off about the Pentagon’s decision to give medals to drone pilots.

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