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Mitch McConnell speaks to reporters on Capitol Hill in March.

McConnell Introduces Short-Term Reauthorization of Patriot Act

The majority leader’s new legislation would extend NSA mass spying only until July 31.

DARPA Asks Teens What A Robot Future Looks Like

The agency has selected five winners from its high school film contest; their 5-minute videos offer visions of the social impact of robots.

Cyber Pay Equals Out at $112,000 in Government and Industry, Survey Says

Higher pay typically is not the deal breaker when information security professionals pass over military jobs for private sector positions.

Acting Social Security Administration Commissioner Carolyn Colvin.

Social Security’s Acting Chief Pushes Long-Term Vision

“We recognize that changes will be necessary,” Carolyn Colvin says.

Sen. Bob Corker Is 'Shocked' by How Little Data the NSA Is Collecting

The NSA bulk-data program is so scaled down, it might not even be effective, the Senate Foreign Relations chairman claims.

Emergency personnel work at the scene of the Amtrak train wreck, Tuesday, May 12, 2015, in Philadelphia.

Could Google IDs Help Emergency Crews Reach Disaster Areas Faster?

Universal credentials are the future of online security, DHS says.

What the Intelligence Community Can Teach the Rest of Government about Cloud

Three lessons from the National Security Agency and the CIA.

National Security Agency director Mike Rogers speaks at Stanford University in November.

NSA Officials Lobby Senators as Patriot Act Nears Deadline

The White House is supporting an NSA reform bill, but Mitch McConnell wants to keep the spying program unchanged.

DJ Patil, the nation's first Chief Data Scientist

DJ Patil to Tech Industry: Don’t Just ‘Throw Stones’ at Government

The U.S. chief data scientist says innovative outsiders have a unique opportunity to make their voices heard inside government.