... 'off the books'. All roads lead back to John Brennan.
President Trump's attempt to suppress publication of a new book by his former national-security advisor John Bolton has, not surprisingly, raised First Amendment issues. But there is another issue that everyone ignores: the "national security"
... as EVERY chat is classified
Critics warned the law could spell the end of civil liberties in Hong Kong and cripple its status as a global financial hub.
Edward Snowden revealed the agency's phone-record tracking program. But thanks to "precomputed contact chaining," that database was much more powerful than anyone knew.
Despite the ban on gatherings, thousands of protesters flooded the streets of Hong Kong to oppose a "national security" law proposed by Beijing that negate the authority of the city's legislature and establish harsh penalties against dissidents
Police are breaking up "coronavirus parties" in New Jersey, authorities are hunting down a Florida pastor for violating a 'health order' to not hold services, state troopers are enforcing quarantine orders along the Louisiana-Texas border, and yet it
Americans are facing "A Spring Unlike Any Before." So warned a front-page headline in the March 13th New York Times.
The incarceration of 56-year-old Chinese citizen Huang Qi at the hands of Chinese authorities helps to remind us of how the conversion of the U.S. government to a national-security state fundamentally altered life in America in an adverse way.
A trove of classified materials associated with an infamous UFO incident marked TOP SECRET are so sensitive that their release would cause "exceptionally grave damage" to US national security according to the Navy.
The Department of Defense has top-secret classified briefings and a classified video about a UFO incident.
But should America come to blows with near-peer state competitors, such as China or Russia, does this vision adequately prepare the United States to prevail? Even if we could create science fiction, should we? Unfortunately, due to a poisonous, dyn
The worst mistake that the American people have made in the entire history of the United States was to permit the conversion of the federal government to a national-security state.
Rogers could topple the whole house of cards. I also address the impeachment fiasco and more troubling news out of Virginia.
If you're wondering what the NSA stores, the answer is "everything." No matter who you are or where you are, every email, phone call, text message, social media post, photograph, journal entry, and search you've ever performed is logged some
At a U.S. Senate subcommittee hearing Thursday, Sen. Marco Rubio called illegal gold mining in Latin America a "direct threat" to U.S. national security that has become "far more lucrative than drug trafficking" -- and noted that billions of
"When I was in the White House there was a number of people in the National Security Council -- the named individual eventually got let go, I believe because people were suspicious, not me, but other people around him were suspicious about his leaki
The current frenzy to impeach President Donald Trump sometimes in its haste reveals that which could easily be hidden about the operation of the Deep State inside the federal government.
Through it all, hardly anyone ever asked a very simple but important question: What did they mean when they said that Cuba was a threat to "national security"?
The current frenzy to impeach President Donald Trump sometimes in its haste reveals that which could easily be hidden about the operation of the Deep State inside the federal government. Congress is currently obtaining testimony from a parade of witn
One week after President Trump ordered a serious reduction in staff at the National Security Council, National security adviser Robert O'Brien has announced the size and scope of the cuts, promotions, and other organizational matters following the de
Dave Marash: For the first time ever, I am turning over the writing of much of this introduction to our guest today, investigative reporter Dave Lindorff –- which is to say, I'm simply going to read to you excerpts from his piece in the August, 2
Is US national security being trumped by loathing for Trump?
Last January, the Washington Post carried an interesting article by a person named Asha Rangappa, who is a former FBI agent. The article explored what would happen if a U.S. president became a threat to national security. She wrote her article in the
Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky, during a meeting in New York with President Trump, told reporters Wednesday that he was not pressured to investigate the Biden family during their now-controversial phone call over the summer.
President Trump has named Robert O'Brien, who served as foreign affairs advisor to Mitt Romney's presidential campaign, as his replacement for fired National Security Advisor John Bolton. O'Brien is cut from the exact same neoconservative cloth as Bo
President Trump has named his pick to succeed John Bolton as the next National Security Advisor amid burgeoning tensions with Iran over a weekend attack in Saudi Arabia. In a Wednesday morning tweet, Trump said he planned to nominate Robert C. O'B
"I'm not saying we wouldn't get our hair mussed."
"I informed John Bolton last night that his services are no longer needed at the White House," Trump tweeted Tuesday.
A Google-backed plan to connect Los Angeles and Hong Kong by an 8,000 mile undersea cable spanning the Pacific Ocean may now be facing a major roadblock.