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Police Use of Phony Cellphone Towers Needs to be Reined in, Lawmakers Warn

The federal government should refuse to OK sale of the fake towers to state and local cops who don’t pledge not to use them without probable cause, a bipartisan report urges.

Climate Scientists are Launching an Anonymous Hotline for Government Workers to Report Trump Meddling

Donald Trump's position on climate change and his transition team's actions have scientists scrambling.

US Comptroller General Gene Dodaro at our own event Thursday

Trump Doesn’t Need Silicon Valley to Eliminate Government Waste

He would do better to confer with the Government Accountability Office, the independent, nonpartisan federal agency that supports Congress to meet its constitutional responsibilities, and improves performance and ensures accountability on behalf of all Americans.

Cyber Vendor to Pay $1M Settlement for Bid Rigging

ThunderCat Technologies is based in Reston.

Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell of Ky., speaks during a news conference on Capitol Hill in Washington.

Pressure Mounts on McConnell for Special Committee on Russian Election Hacks

Sens. Chuck Schumer, John McCain and others urged a special investigation over the weekend. McConnell has vowed regular order.

Donald Trump arrives to speak at a rally at Ladd-Peebles Stadium on Saturday in Mobile, Ala.

That Underwater Drone Trump Doesn’t Want Back? China Says It Might Have 'Valuable Information'

Chinese military experts say the drone could have been collecting intelligence on the Chinese navy.

You Don’t Need to Catch Hackers in the Act, but Cyber Attribution is Hard

Trump’s refusal to believe the Russian government was behind the DNC hacks is off base, but not as far as many think.

Obama: I Told Putin to 'Cut It Out'

The president was worried a stronger response would undermine confidence in the vote or further provoke the Russian president.

Is Cybersecurity the Next Frontier for AI?

One contractor is chasing the federal market by investing more in cyber tech.

Rep. Jim Langevin, D-R.I.

House Cyber Leader Calls for Special Cyber Committee

Hillary Clinton has endorsed a 9/11-style investigation into Russia election hacks.

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