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As Tech Gender Imbalance Shifts, So Does ‘Attitude,’ Joanne Wilson Says

“They definitely look at their businesses different [from men],” Ms. Wilson said about female entrepreneurs during an interview Monday at th

New Chinese Catamaran Spy Ship Learns All About Japanese Water

A Chinese website reported that a JSDMF P-3C maritime patrol aircraft, on September 27, tracked a catamaran ocean hydrographic spy ship 260

Oregon gets early glimpse of presidential hopefuls

“Enthusiasm is high and they are pretty certain that after election day, this will be one visit where they can claim their visits helped,” s

White House cyber czar: To stay secure, kill the password – but keep data within reach of police

White House Cybersecurity Coordinator Michael Daniel spoke with The Christian Science Monitor's Passcode about training the next generation

For Podesta, Does the President Take Precedence?

The sixth year of any presidency will spur a “brain drain,” said Julian Zelizer, a presidential historian and Princeton University professor

Can an unpopular governor win the presidency?

“The first thing many Americans want to know is how the economy is doing in their state and do the people there like him,” Zelizer said. He

NSA internal watchdog defends agency's privacy practices

It’s “heartening” that the NSA has some privacy protections in place, but “significant concerns” remain, said Robyn Greene, policy counsel a

Four Technologies That Will Carry The Weight Of War

“The bulk of the weight carried now,” Peter Singer, defense expert at New America Foundation, says, “is a combination of protective vest, fl

U.S. still wants global leadership role, survey says

Daniel Rothenberg, co-director of the Future of War Project at Arizona State University, said he believes there is a substantial divide in p

Panetta bombardment keeps focus on Obama for midterms

“You have to lean toward not responding,” said Princeton University political historian Julian Zelizer. “It’s hard for the president to get

Decision 2014: A Campaign About Nothing?

Despite hundreds of millions of dollars spent by both Democrats and Republicans to win control of Congress and gubernatorial seats, many of

Chinese Autonomous Tanks: Driving Themselves to a Battlefield Near You?

The US Navy made news this week by announcing a new type of autonomous robotic boat for protecting its fleet, but China is showing that it c