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The National Archives says it's cooperating with a theft investigation involving a retired employee whose home was searched by federal agents this week.
The Transportation Security Administration says airline pilots will be allowed to skip some physical security checks at airports.
The search is over for Osama bin Laden. U.S. forces killed the al-Qaida leader in an early morning attack in Pakistan and then buried the body at sea. We get details from the AP's Sagar Meghani.
The two sides in the budget debate disagree about much more than just the dollar amounts. AP's Mark Smith explains.
The National Academy of Sciences says it is extending its review of the investigation into the 2001 anthrax mailings to consider new information from the FBI.
Is cloud computing a safe and private way to access data? There’s no doubt about it, security is a major concern when it comes to cloud computing. But now, the European Union is working on a three-year project to create technical fixes and policies designed to make cloud computing a more secure option for businesses [...]