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Wanted: Twitter-savvy Feds to Help OPM Get This Whole Social Media Thing

New projects aim to change how the agency communicates via social media.

Even Supreme Court Justices Cite 'Internet Facts' (Just Like the Rest of Us)

A new study finds that Supreme Court justices often cite briefs whose facts come from dubious sources.

A man wears an EEG cap and stares into a computer screen as part of an experiment with brain-computer interfacing.

Actual Telepathy Is One Step Closer to the Battlefield

Can you read my mind? Researchers announce first brain-to-brain communication without a surgical implant. By Patrick Tucker

What Does Alleged iCloud Hack Mean For Federal Agencies?

Federal employees could be uploading sensitive information when they work on their personally owned iPhones.

Why Congress Won't Help Jennifer Lawrence

Or the thousands of less famous women who've been unfairly victimized.

Is this the White House's farm team?

The White House’s Roster is Starting to Resemble Google’s List of Former Employees

Obama administration is looking to another pool of private-sector talent to boost the staff.

Uber has been accused of trying to poach drivers from Lyft with its ads in San Francisco.

Uber’s War on Lyft Could Prompt Federal Investigation

The ride-share service’s apparent attempts to sabotage its competitors might become red meat for the Federal Trade Commission or state attorneys general.

Beware the Risks of Government Data Center Consolidation

Federal data center consolidation has its share of benefits -- and challenges.

A Northridge, Calif., bridge collapsed after a 1994 earthquake.

Is There a Better Way to Measure Earthquakes?

USGS' logarithmic magnitude scale is confusing to many, but it's here to stay.