The Pentagon – and a growing cyber industrial complex – gears up for the new front line: cyberspace. Cyber defense is necessary. But it could cost us.
Vladimir Putin's jab at American 'exceptionalism' set off howls of criticism in the US and gave The White House, the Congress, and Jon Stewart a rare something they could agree on.
In promising to sign the bill allowing illegal immigrants driver's licenses, California Gov. Brown said he hoped it would 'send a message to Washington that immigration reform is long past due.'
Three friends of Dzhokhar Tsarnaev pleaded not guilty Friday to charges of impeding the federal investigation into the Boston Marathon bombing.
Seven inches of rain in a 24-hour period in Boulder smashes a 95-year-old record. National Guard evacuates thousands to escape flooding that National Weather Service calls 'biblical.'