Database of Software “Fingerprints” Expands to Include Computer Games

Washington, DC - One of the largest software libraries in the world just grew larger. The National Software Reference Library (NSRL), which archives copies of the world’s most widely installed software titles, has expanded to include computer game software from three popular PC gaming distribution platforms—Steam, Origin and Blizzard.

Combating Corruption is about Ensuring Peace and Security

Washington, DC - On December 17, 2010, one young man took a stand against corruption, and changed the course of history. Mohamed Bouazizi, a 26 year-old fruit vendor in Tunisia, set himself on fire to protest the harassment he faced from government officials, who confiscated his products and kept him from making a living.

USS Rushmore Plays Role in the Evolution of Marine Corps' Female Engagement Team

Java Sea - Marine Corps Staff Sgt. Jacqueline Mejia wiped the sweat off her brow as she leaned in to inspect a vehicle. Mejia’s sweating because she’s in Fallujah, Iraq during Operation Iraqi Freedom in 2006. Suddenly, there is incoming fire.

Ambassador Nathan A. Sales Travels to Singapore, Malaysia, and Indonesia

Washington, DC - Ambassador Nathan A. Sales, the Coordinator for Counterterrorism, will be in Singapore, Malaysia, and Indonesia September 10-14.