(AP Photo/Nam Y. Huh)FILE - In this Nov. 25, 2015 file photo, Transportation Security Administration agents check travelers identifications at a security check point area in Terminal 3 at O'Hare International Airport in Chicago. Fliers who don't have the latest driver's licenses will have a two-year reprieve before their IDs are rejected at airport security checkpoints. Many travelers had been worried that the Transportation Security Administration would penalize them because of a federal law requiring the more-stringent IDs at the start of this year. (AP Photo/Nam Y. Huh, File)

An Energy Department lab is perfecting a way to speed up TSA airport screening

Researchers at the Pacific Northwest National Laboratory have developed and are in the midst of commercializing a way to scan shoes still on their owners’…

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This federal executive spends her days looking after the welfare of four presidents

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(AP Photo/Jenny Kane)FILE - In this Tuesday, Oct. 8, 2019, file photo, a woman types on a keyboard in New York. Following the disclosure of a global cyberespionage campaign that penetrated multiple U.S. government agencies and private organizations, governments and major corporations worldwide are scrambling to see if they, too, were victims. (AP Photo/Jenny Kane, File)

‘Don’t fear hackers, hire them.’

The latest ransomware attack on Colonial Pipeline has some panicked Americans hoarding gasoline in plastic bags, leaving many to wonder how vulnerable…

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A big appetite for armed forces around the world might be hurting military readiness

Every year the Pentagon develops a global force management plan to determine how it will deploy assets around the world. But the Defense Department’s regional…

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Pulling troops from Afghanistan is easy — everything else, not so much

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New Senate sergeant at arms describes long-term security issues following Jan. 6

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2021 Sammies finalist developed testing for emergency response robots

For his work at developing advanced robotics testing, Adam Jacoff is a finalist in this year’s Service to America Medals program.

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