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How the USGS Detects Earthquakes Using Twitter

The agency learned to separate background noise from the “wow, that was an earthquake!” tweet.

U.S. Marines observe training maneuvers in Jordan in 2013.

White House Cancels Syrian Train-and-Equip Program

The Pentagon now plans to focus on training just key Syrian leaders and sending more arms — and air cover — to fighters already on the ground.

The Alchemy of Great Leadership

Newsflash: There are no shortcuts.

NASA Wants to Start Building Stuff From Martian Rocks

Perhaps one day, astronauts will get to live in stone houses.

The Pentagon Has Shed 17 Percent of Security Clearance Holders Since 2013

The Defense Department is taking longer to process clearances, however.

Weather Service Staffers Protest 'Gag Orders' in Workforce Planning

Two employee groups file complaint about nondisclosure policies they deem illegal.

Why Hiring Millennials Is So Critical

A quarter of U.S. workers are under 30, compared with 8 percent of federal civilians.

Director of National Intelligence James Clapper said: “I believe this world-class facility is a beautiful addition to the community.”

Intel Community Opens Campus in Suburban Maryland

Clapper dedicates site for 3,000 set in motion under BRAC.

“Prob­ably the best num­ber I can give in an open set­ting is dozens,” James Comey said.

FBI: ‘Dozens’ of Terror Suspects Have Used Encryption to Hide from Law Enforcement

“I’m surprised if it is only a couple dozen people,” says Senate Homeland Security Chairman Ron Johnson.