The law enforcement agency is considering sites in Maryland and Virginia for a new headquarters for roughly 11,000 employees, including special agents, intelligence analysts and police officers.
Nearly 290 students who attended Florida Tech's online programs will receive their diplomas during the 2015 Spring Commencement ceremonies on the Melbourne campus.
Since it was established a decade ago, the Federal Bureau of Investigation's Art Crime Team has recovered thousands of pieces of stolen artwork and cultural objects, ranging from paintings by Picasso to archaeological artifacts.
A doctoral student at Florida Institute of Technology is among the winners of the 2015 Small Business Person of the Year, part of the annual National Small Business Week celebration.
Federal officials say the new Cyber Threat Intelligence Integration Center will analyze data collected by homeland security and law enforcement agencies in order to bolster the nation's cybersecurity efforts.
More than two-thirds of marketers have incorporated mobile marketing into their overall marketing strategy, according to a new report by the customer relationship management firm Salesforce.
An annual survey by the Society for Human Resource Management found that 76% of organizations offered wellness programs to their workers during 2014, up from 70% the previous year.
Employers must do a better job engaging Millennials "or risk being left behind," according to a new survey by the auditing and consulting firm Deloitte Global.
The Know Before You Fly campaign, a partnership between the Federal Aviation Administration and industry groups, seeks to educate the fast-growing number of drone operators about regulations and safety tips.
Veterans with bachelor's degrees or higher were less likely to be unemployed during 2014 compared to those with only a high school diploma, according to a new report by the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics.