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President Barack Obama during a press conference Dec. 16.

Obama Sanctions Russia for Election Hacking

The sanctions target Russian intelligence leaders. Obama also expelled 35 Russian diplomats in the U.S.

Report: 'We the People' Online Petitions Don’t Do All That Much

White House's online petition platform has seen 38.5 million signatures on over 473,000 petitions.

Barack Obama looks over a remotely operated vehicle to help firefighters with ice search and rescue calls developed by Olivia Van Amsterdam, left, and Katelyn Sweeney, center, at the White House Science Fair in 2014.

The Obama Administration’s Big Science and Tech Innovation: Socially Engaged Policy

The outgoing president leaves behind some solid accomplishments in the world of science, tech and medicine. But the biggest departure from his predecessors might have been in his approach

Ex-National Laboratory Scientist Sentenced for $3.3M Quantum Computing Scheme

S. Darin Kinion also owes $3,317,893 in restitution.

Here’s How Cyber (In)security Rocked 2016

Much more than election hacks and encryption showdowns went down this year.

Online Privacy Hit All-Time Low in 2016 But Don't Expect Better in 2017, Company Says

This year was “probably the worst year ever in online privacy," according to one company.

Here Are the Apps Most Citizens Think Would Help Vets

Career development apps were high on the list.

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