Republican Sen. Ted Cruz has officially announced his candidacy for President in 2016. He is the first presidential hopeful to throw himself in the ring, but that momentum might not sustain him in the upcoming year.
Jessica Taylor, campaign editor for The Hill, discussed Cruz's campaign with Capital Insider.
There are over 90,000 twitter accounts supporting the Islamic State on the Web. Recently, researchers have identified different ways to destroy their online presence and possibly shut down ISIS for good.
Patrick Tucker, technology editor for Defense One, discussed ISIS twitter accounts with Capital Insider.
The government has traditionally operated in silos, often employing people to perform the same job across multiple agencies. Now, the concept of shared services is starting to take shape within agencies.
Bill Beyer, partner with Deloitte, discussed the opportunity of shared services with Capital Insider.
Apple has finally unveiled more details about its first venture into wearable tech. This device will be the first innovation since the death of Steve Jobs and could be crucial for the tech giant's future success.
Brian Fung, technology reporter with The Washington Post, discussed the watch with Capital Insider.
Questions still remain after former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton explained why she used a personal email account for government business. Now, some cybersecurity experts say Clinton's personal server may not have been that secure.
Dan Verton, editorial director for FedScoop, discussed the security of Hillary's server plus the Secret Service drone testing program with Capital Insider.
The Environmental Protection Agency ignored criticism and moved forward with a new set of rules to lower emissions. West Virginia was the first state to sign a bill giving state legislators approval over the EPA compliance plan.
Dave Williams, president of the Taxpayers Protection Alliance, discussed the newly proposed rules with Capital Insider.