Computer hacking experts from the National Security Agency and various branches of the U.S. armed services try to break into remote networks set up by competing U.S. military service academies. The hackers'€™ war room is in a building in Columbia, Md., owned by Parsons, a U.S. defense contractor. David Welna/NPR hide caption

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What's The NSA Doing Now? Training More Cyberwarriors

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An Angry Hearing On The Hill For 'Cockamamie' Twitter-like Network

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Senate Committee Votes To Declassify CIA Interrogations Report

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Democrats: Benghazi Probes Are Wasteful, Politically Motivated

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With $1B In Aid For Ukraine, Congress Puts Money Where Its Mouth Is

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The Capitol dome in Washington will undergo renovation this spring, a project that is estimated to take two years and cost nearly $60 million. Jonathan Ernst/Reuters /Landov hide caption

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Showing Signs Of Age, Capitol Dome Gets A Face-Lift

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Out Of White House And Congress, Two Proposals To Change NSA Practices

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Sen. Dianne Feinstein speaks with reporters after alleging that the CIA broke federal law by secretly removing sensitive documents from computers used by the Senate Select Committee on Intelligence, the panel tasked with congressional oversight of the CIA. Win McNamee/Getty Images hide caption

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Aid Package For Ukraine Moves Slowly Through Congress

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House Backs Obama's Request To Back Loans For Ukraine

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Hagel's On The Hill, Pushing For A Slimmer Military

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Rep. David Camp Releases Tax Overhaul Plan

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After 58 Years Of Service, John Dingell To Vacate House Seat

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Boehner Fights Back Against Tea Party, Again

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