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A wooden stick with a pink ribbon marks the proposed route of the Keystone XL pipeline through farmland near Bradshaw, Nebraska.

Why and How Obama Will (Probably) Approve Keystone XL

The test the president laid out for the controversial pipeline wasn't a prelude to rejecting it -- just the opposite.

The Most Important Person Entering Government You’ve Never Heard Of

Nicole Wong has been dubbed by many as the US’s first chief privacy officer.

Rep. Darrell Issa, R-Calif.

IRS Under Fire Again, for Handling of IT Contract Fraud Case

Agency deputy tells oversight panel her team is likely to cancel part of the larger software deal.

The US Got Edward Snowden’s Middle Name Wrong on Extradition Documents

Although Snowden is a household name, U.S. authorities didn't get it exactly right.

‘Lead by Example,’ Obama Says in Push for Greener Federal Buildings

Targets set as part of larger plan to address climate change.

What to Expect from the President's Big Climate Change Speech

The President is expected to use his executive powers to adopt a wide array of climate change measures, but no one is 100% sure what those measures are just yet.

Looser Rules on Airline Passenger Electronics May Take Flight

Leaked advisory board draft report favors easing 'Please stow away your devices' drill.

Protestors outside of the U.S. consulate in Hong Kong hold up a photo of Edward Snowden.

Snowden's Resumé Raised Questions, but Booz Allen Hired Him Anyway

He'd previously gotten security clearance after a USIS investigation — they're a private firm hired by the U.S. to do background checks.

Gen. Keith Alexander testified Tuesday.

Analysis: Are 50 Foiled Terrorist Plots Worth Your Privacy?

NSA director's testimony doesn't answer critics' charges about the potential for abuse.

Three Former NSA Employees Praise Edward Snowden, Corroborate Key Claims

The men, all whistleblowers, say he succeeded where they failed.