The Justice Department has acknowledged constructing a database to track the movements of millions of vehicles across the U.S. in real time.
A federal court jury found former CIA officer Jeffrey Sterling guilty on nine felony counts Monday stemming from the leak of a top-secret CIA operation to a New York Times reporter.
The Transportation Security Agency went too far by trying to keep information away from the public, a top federal watchdog said.
The House has canceled its vote series Monday evening due to the winter storm bearing down on the East Coast.
The myRA program and the Smart Savings Act which impacts the TSP are examples of moves by the federal government that the author thinks means retirement plan participation will soon be mandatory.
The Secret Service recovered an unauthorized “device” on the White House grounds and are investigating, a spokesman said Monday. This is the latest in a string of notable breaches.
An advocacy group for drones hosted a free concert last week in Washington, but the organization asked federal employees to pay to comply with ethics rules.
Edward Snowden, the infamous former contractor for the National Security Agency who leaked thousands of pages of previously classified NSA intelligence documents, reportedly thinks that Apple’s iPhone has “special software” that authorities can activate remotely to be able to gather information about the user.