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Hillary Clinton on a visit to New Zealand in 2010, during her tenure as secretary of State.

FBI’s Balancing Act on Clinton Email Decision

Agency recommends against prosecution of presumptive Democratic nominee, while blasting her and the State Department’s handling of classified information.

FBI Director James Comey spoke Tuesday at FBI headquarters.

FBI: 'No Reasonable Prosecutor' Would Charge Clinton For Her Handling of Classified Email

James Comey chided Clinton and her staff for mishandling classified information, saying they were were “extremely careless."

An artist's rendering of Juno during the orbital insertion

Juno’s Triumphant Night

After completing a high-risk maneuver, NASA’s spacecraft is officially in the gas giant’s orbit—and humankind is closer to Jupiter than ever before.

Q&A: Silicon Valley Needs Government Buying to Change

DHS wants to dispel the myth that startups don’t do business with the government.

White House Thinks Data Could Keep Many With Mental Illness Out of Jail

Amazon, Esri and other tech companies are also on board.

First atomic bomb explosion at Bikini in the Marshall Islands 1 July 1946.

Bikini Islanders Still Deal With Fallout of U.S. Nuclear Tests, 70 Years Later

In the summer of 1946, the U.S. government detonated the first of many atomic bomb tests in the Marshall Islands. Seventy years of radiation exposure later, residents are still fighting for justice, and a government compensation program is broke.

Inside NSA’s 'Sociotechnical' Data Experiment

The numbers alone aren't enough to change how an agency makes decisions.

Nearly One-Third of Feds Unable to Detect an Insider Intrusion, Survey Says

Federal employees might be overconfident about their IT systems' intrusion detection ability.

How to Continue FITARA’s Momentum in the Next Administration

With an administration shift, the people appointed sometimes “don’t even know how to spell ‘information technology,'" one former agency CIO said.

Open source 3D printed microscopes are shown at a maker fair in June.

Early Days of Internet Offer Lessons for Boosting 3D Printing

3D printing is opening doors to amazing opportunities and benefits – as well as some undeniable dangers. Patience and caution about regulating it will yield more innovation.

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