SBA Administrator Isabella Casillas Guzman Releases Statement on Hispanic Heritage Month

SBA Administrator Isabella Casillas Guzman Releases Statement on Hispanic Heritage Month

Shortly after the start of the National Hispanic Heritage Month, U.S. Small Business Administration Administrator Isabella Casillas Guzman has released a statement.
U.S. Government Denies Control on DarkSide Servers Shutdown

U.S. Government Denies Disturbing Russian Hackers DarkSide Over Colonial Pipeline Attack

The U.S. government denied responsibility for Russian hackers DarkSide's server shutdown in the wake of the Colonial Pipeline attack.
Romney Warns Next Cyberattack Could Disrupt US Food and Water Supply

Romney Warns Next Cyberattack Could Disrupt US Food and Water Supply

Republican Sen. Mitt Romney said that the next cyberattack could do far more damage next time, such as cutting off the country's water and electricity supply.
US Probes Network Hacks of Government Agencies

US Probes Network Hacks of Government Agencies

Some U.S. federal agencies, including the Treasury and Commerce departments, have fallen victim to a cyber attack.
Defense Of Marriage Act

Government Recognizes Same-Sex Military Couple, Awards Benefits To Spouse

After a suicide bomber in Afghanistan killed Army National Guard Staff Sgt. Donna Johnson on Oct. 1, 2012, her wife and fellow guardswoman Tracy Dice Johnson was left in the dark as to whether or not the U.S. military would recognize their marriage and grant her the same benefits to which heterosexual married couples are entitled.
Rosie Rivera

US Treasurer Rosie Rios Speaks at LUNA, Women in Finance Symposium

Rosie Rios speaks at two events today.
Affordable Care Act health fair

Obamacare Website & Deadline: Californians Rush To Sign Up For Obamacare Before Deadlin

As the enrollment for Affordable Care Act coverage nears its Monday deadline, an increase in California citizens have been in a race to get through the website's troublesome problems that have plagued it since first launching last fall.
Automated Systems

U.S. Government's Office of Personnel Management Employees Still File Personal Records in Deep Underground Caverns

About 230 feet below the Pennsylvania surface is an underground limestone mine just north of Pittsburgh, which serves as the workplace to 600 government employees and a prime location to house 28,000 file cabinets of federal paper records.

Marijuana Studies Thwarted By Government, Politics?

While millions of ordinary American citizens in 20 states and the nation's Capitol can legally purchase medical marijuana at the nearest dispensary and those living in Washington state and Colorado can purchase the drug recreationally, scientists and researchers find themselves out of the loop.
Mark Zuckerberg

Mark Zuckerberg Complains About NSA Surveillance Via Facebook, Will Meet With President Barack Obama

More than a week after Facebook Chief Executive Officer Mark Zuckerberg phoned President Barack Obama to voice his frustrations regarding the recent surveillance scandal at the NSA, he was invited to the White House on Friday to discuss Americans' privacy concerns and NSA reform.
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Windows XP Update Scheduled for Government Computer Systems Over Cyber Attack Concerns

April 8 marks the deadline for the U.S. government to complete secure operating systems installations to federal computers. However as the date fast approaches, roughly 10 percent of the several million federally used computers will still be running with the outdated system.
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U.S. Is Giving Up Control of Internet Names System

The U.S. Government will soon relinquish the authority it still holds over one of the internet's most important systems - running the internet protocol network and the assigning of Web addresses and domains.
9/11 Commission

ACLU Warns About The Risks Of The U.S. Government's Terrorist Watchlist

The American Civil Liberties Union released a report Friday raising concerns regarding the U.S. government's Terrorist Watchlist database and the risks of labeling some of its own citizens as a known or suspected terrorist, "Al Jazeera America" reported.
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