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Gen. Keith Alexander says one of the “potential terrorist events” was directed at the New York Stock Exchange.
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Edward Snowden splits the public, even as most support the surveillance program he revealed.
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More than 3.5M federal employees, 1M contractors hold security clearances, according to a report.
Rep. Mike Rogers (R-Mich.) says White House officials were aware of the IRS program. What do we know?
Invests in mitigation as Asian cities, African farmland are seen at risk over the next 10 to 20 years.
Rep. Elijah Cummings says the interview “debunks conspiracy theories” about the IRS controversy.
U.S. economic competitiveness should lean on humanities as much as science, tech, engineering, math.
The SEC moved away from its neither-admit-nor-deny policy for some settlements.
Chrysler to recall 2.7 million Jeeps; Deloitte advisory unit to pay penalty; Starbucks to post drinks’ calories
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More than 40 states have considered legislation this year that would regulate the use of drones.
In the short term, the jump in rates is spurring home buyers to action, but economists worry about long term.
The U.S. hopes the formal dialogue in Qatar will be the first step toward a negotiated end to the Afghan war.
Peter Finn and Greg Miller
NSA’s ability to monitor a Yahoo account helped stop attack on NYC subways, officials said.
The team is focusing on how to keep the banned munitions from spreading outside Syria’s borders.
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Lew unveiled his new signature after getting ribbed for his old, loopy one.
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