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DARPA Wants Artificial Intelligence That Doesn't Forget Everything It Knows

Biological systems don't completely freeze up when they encounter a new situation, but computers often do.

HHS’ Cyber Threat Center Comes Out of Beta Soon

The center will share threat information for small doctors offices to the largest pharmaceutical companies, and health care organizations in between.

GSA Tech Office Launches Bug Bounty Program

This is the first civilian government program that pays ethical hackers to search out digital bugs.

Senate Sites Are HTTPS By Default

The Senate precedes the House in automatic encryption.

Senate Judiciary Committee Chairman Sen. Charles Grassley, R-Iowa talks with the committee's ranking member Sen. Dianne Feinstein, D-Calif. on Capitol Hill on May 3.

The Nuclear Option in the Trump-Russia Investigation

Lawmakers have an unusual and costly tactic if they believe investigators are withholding key evidence.

Former FBI Director James Comey

FBI Rank and File Had Confidence in Comey, Acting Director Says

The claim contradicts one White House rationale for Comey’s firing.

Homeland Security Adviser Tom Bossert speaks during the daily White House press briefing May 11.

Trump Releases Long-Delayed Cyber Order

The order was delayed so security and modernization programs can work in tandem, an official said.

A Drone Inspects a Bridge. Now What?

The Federal Highway Agency needs visualization tools to make sense what's being collected by its unmanned inspectors.

Bill Prioritizes Federal Customer Service—And Cuts Some Red Tape

It would remove some hoops agencies have to go through before getting citizen feedback.

A TSA officer checks travelers luggage to be screened by an x-ray machine at a checkpoint at Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport, May 27, 2016

Tired of Long Airport Screenings? TSA Wants Tech to Cut Lines.

The agency wants ideas any and all ideas for improving the screening process.

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