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For al-Qaeda to do any real damage with cyberattacks, it would need to make a multi-year investment in developing offensive cybercapabilities and would need a secure facility and advance test bed from which to do it.
Deputy Defense Secretary says information technology, and the world's reliance on it, has redefined the front lines of national security.
A look back on the last 18 months driving the federal government.
President Obama has promised that the Recovery Act will create millions of new jobs. Sound familiar? President Franklin D. Roosevelt promised something similar during the Great Depression. But did it work?