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Former U.S. National Security Agency contractor Edward Snowden, who is in Moscow, is seen on a giant screen during a live video conference for an interview with Amnesty International.

Does the Focus on Snowden Undermine Surveillance Reform Discussions?

Exaggerated headlines and narratives overshadow the importance of the Snowden leaks in understanding U.S. government surveillance.

Via Twitter, Clinton Says She Wants Emails Released

Under fire from Democrats, former State Department chief changes course.

Play of the Day: The DEA Warns Against Stoner Bunnies

Late night shows highlight a federal warning against unintended consequences of Utah's forays into medical marijuana.

The Energy Department's Jaguar Supercomputer

House Committee Prods Energy Department to Use More Supercomputers

The House Committee on Science, Space and Technology approved a bill that would require the Energy Department to invest in supercomputing research.

Senate Offices Want New System to Track Website Vulnerabilities

The Senate wants commercial, off-the-shelf software to scan, identify and help resolve vulnerabilities across 140 different Senate office websites.

EXCLUSIVE: Energy Department Gets New CIO

Michael Johnson, an official with the White House science office, is stepping into the role.

The FCC Has Ruled on Net Neutrality; Do States Get a Say?

How much states can get involved has a lot to do with whether the FCC decides broadband inherently crosses state lines.

Clinton speaks in 2011 at a State Department event.

Clinton Mum on Email Controversy, Hits Republicans Instead

The soon-to-be presidential candidate stayed on message in her Tuesday night address at an EMILY's List event.

How the State Department Is Defending Hillary Clinton's Personal Email Use

The former department chief is largely letting her former colleagues handle the controversy.

Rollout of New CIO Powers Could be 'Uneven,' DOJ CIO Says

At a recent conference, Justice Department Chief Information Officer Joe Klimavicz said some agencies will be quicker to enact the federal IT reform.