President Trump’s nominee to be the next Director of National Intelligence is quite simply not qualified for the position he has been nominated to.
More outrageous behavior by the President of the United States.
Two more potential explosive devices, addressed to New Jersey Senator Cory Booker and former Director of National Intelligence James Clapper, have been discovered by law enforcement.
Four suspicious packages addressed to prominent political and media figures have been intercepted in the past three days.
The former CIA Director has been stripped of his access to classified information after repeatedly criticizing the President.
In what appears to be a move based purely on vindictiveness, President Trump has revoked the security clearance of former CIA Director John Brennan.
Based on what can only be described as pure vindictiveness, the President is apparently planning on revoking security clearances of former officials who have been outspoken against the Administration and its policies.
The statute of limitations has expired. But he should never have been asked the question to begin with.
Was this simply ordinary intelligence collection? Or something more insidious?
Director of National Intelligence now tells Congress that he testified falsely about NSA spying because he forgot the program existed.
Good news for two released Americans, but no clue what’s motivating North Korea’s latest actions.
The US intelligence community is gambling that it can be more efficient through a public-private partnership than going it alone.
The “paper of record” joins the call for some kind of deal with Edward Snowden.
In a new interview, Edward Snowden explains his motives for absconding from the country with NSA secrets.
President Obama’s poll numbers seem to be suffering under the weight of nearly two months of scandals and/ media attention.
The ACLU is suing over the NSA’s data mining. Does it really have a chance?
The government has your cell phone and credit card records. What can they do with that information?
Yesterday’s hearings shed more light while also raising yet more questions to which we’ll likely never get a satisfactory answer.
Mike Flynn, the 2-star who blasted military intelligence, is now the 3-star charged with fixing military intelligence.
Todays’ horrific attack on the UN complex in Mazar-i Sharif may well the the Tet Offensive of Afghanistan: a relatively minor event that permanently changed the American public’s view of the war.
America is about to enter a third war in the Muslim world with no clear idea of the end game.
Some in Washington are claiming the intelligence community missed the warning signs of unrest in Tunisia and Egypt in what looks like little more than an effort to create scapegoats if things go wrong.