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You might call it Biden’s 'America First' approach.

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He says China is only one or two years behind the United States in artificial intelligence, and already ahead in facial recognition.

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Companies want an easier way to share cybersecurity incidents with the government.

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The Senate Finance Committee has a second confirmation hearing today.

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Sen. Gary Peters says DHS action on domestic extremism is forthcoming.

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President Biden's nominee for attorney general isn't interested in defunding police departments in the wake of racial justice protests.

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Climate science is an emerging battleground in social media disinformation.

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Biden's pick for HHS secretary will face tough confirmation hearings this week.

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Sudhakar Ramakrishna is looking to reframe the conversation after the massive Russian hack.

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Meet Elizabeth MacDonough – the "umpire" of the 50-50 Senate.

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GOP Sens. Ted Cruz (Texas) and Josh Hawley (Mo.) are just two of the senators set to grill Garland, who said this morning he would make the Capitol riot his first priority as Biden's attorney general.

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The ad campaign comes amid a grim pandemic milestone.

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The conservative majority could expand the ability of states to restrict abortions.

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And it's not about to let up in 2021, according to cybersecurity firm Crowdstrike.

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Here's what went wrong for Democrats in Texas.

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'We’re prepared to reengage in negotiations ... on Iran’s nuclear program,' Biden told world leaders Friday during the Munich Security Conference.

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Vlad Tenev was on the hot seat.

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Ted Cruz returned from his family vacation in Cancun, admitting the trip was 'obviously a mistake.'

The Texas Republican said the trip was “obviously a mistake” after returning home to Houston on Thursday.

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