Mar 19, 2013 -The French government returns artwork stolen by Nazis during World War II. The American Society of Civil Engineers says that the amount of money needed to maintain and improve U.S. infrastructure far exceeds what's called for in plans. And the Government Accountability Office says the IRS has improved its IT security in the last year, but still has work to do.
Mar 18, 2013 - A study recently published online by the Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society looks at the path taken by blown debris from storms that struck the southeastern United States on April 27, 2011. The New York Times reports about the implications of letting those charged with domestic violence keep firearms. And more.
Mar 13, 2013 -Microsoft is creating a Cybercrime Center to centralize all investigations. The U.S. Defense Department is envisioning cybersecurity specialist battalions. And Japan's prime minister calls for increased antiterrorism measures at Nuclear plants.
Mar 12, 2013 -The U.S. National Security Adviser warns China regarding cyber attacks, Google readies a settlement in a case alleging the company stole personal information through its Street View cars, and a company finds vulnerabilities in the iOS system.
Mar 11, 2013 -South Dakota becomes the first state to pass a law to arm school teachers, the government must release documents on the safety of airport scanners, and administrators at Harvard search the e-mail accounts of employees to uncover who leaked information to the press.
Mar 08, 2013 -Senate Committee criticizes lax treatment of banks that violate money laundering laws; a report finds flaws with how the Army handles PTSD, and the DOD explains the Cyber Command mission.
Mar 06, 2013 -Attorney General addresses President's theoretical authority to order domestic drone strikes; Google lifts the veil on secret National Security Letters; and there's a push to allow consumers to legally unlock cell phones.