Treason is in the eye of the charger. Or as the commode conceiver and courtier Sir John Harington put it, “Treason doth never prosper: what’s the reason? Why, if it prosper, none dare call it treason.” Jack Teixeira is on the path to pokey, not prosperity, to put it obviously. His...
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The Durham investigation finds that the DNS server in the White House during the Trump presidency was compromised by political rivals.
A security fence surrounds the U.S. Capitol—the cost of which exceeds $19 million—blocking citizens from visiting areas that are normally open to the public.
Dan King from Young Voices gives the low down on the U.S. government using Amazon's facial recognition technology.
The TSA has announced that it will be ramping up security procedures at airports next year, following reports of an embarrassingly low success rate for finding hidden weapons.
The TSA serves one purpose and one purpose only: to create the illusion of safety, even if any sensible person can see that it’s all a charade.
Having experienced international customs and passport control a few times, I’ve come to realize the absurdity of this ultimately pointless ritual.
Law enforcement is always looking for the best new technology to stay ahead of sophisticated criminal agents, not to mention terrorist sympathizers.
A draft executive action obtained by The New York Times contained a rollback of President Obama’s prohibition of torture.
One of Obama’s key legacies is how he has expanded the surveillance state. Now, his parting gift to the nation is to expand this overreach even further.