The NSA and CIA are giving in to pressure from Trump and refusing to turn over documents related to the Ukraine scandal to Congress.
Trump picked his new National Security Adviser (NSA) one day after Robert O'Brien lavishly praised the president to the media.
The U.S. National Security Agency's top oversight official, Robert Storch, is working to repair the spy agency's reputation with whistleblowers in an effort to encourage staff to report wrongdoing internally, rather than go public.
Yesterday, British Prime Minister Teresa May made clear that the nation of Russia was highly likely responsible, according to their evidence, for the poisoning of a former Russian double agent, Sergei Skripal and his daughter Yulia in the English city of Salisbury on March 4. She made clear – before the House of Commons – that the substance either came directly from Russia or was distributed to another actor by Russia, in order to administer the poison. Either way, the Prime Minister’s conclusion was that Russia was most likely responsible.
The most alarming story of the campaign was the successful effort by a ‘hostile’ foreign power, Russia, to interfere and influence this election.
"Russia has perfected political warfare using cyber assets and apparently decided to apply these tactics so American democracy itself was hacked."
Diplomacy may not be as profitable as war (Cheney's Haliburton made $39.5 billion off the Iraq war alone), but our lives should not be seen as playthings of the 1 percent
Sen. Rand Paul disgraced himself on CNN today by mocking President Obama's NSA speech in a way that proved that he never bothered to actually watch the speech itself.
In a letter to the NSA, Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-VT) wants to if the agency has been spying on members of Congress and other elected officials.
I picture President Sarah Palin, in all her indignant, self-righteous power-hungry glory. Then, I picture the NSA and the vast security apparatus beyond them all under Palin's control.
Chris Christie went after Paul's libertarianism while defending Obama, igniting a war between the two sides of the Republican Party.
The trend to label ordinary American activists as domestic terrorists is alarming, bringing to new reasons to revisit the PATRIOT act.
The AP have launched a vendetta to bring down President Obama, and they have made their agenda crystal clear through twisting stories to suit their narrative.