After stopping in Canada, US, Germany, Spain, Belgium and the UK from April – May 2019, a Saudi cargo ship has just departed Europe loaded to the gills with weapons and munitions destined for use in Yemen.
For The 3rd Time In Less Than 2 Years, an Intercept Source Has Been Arrested for Leaking Classified Information
Daniel Hale, a former Air Force Intelligence Analysts, has been arrested for supplying The Intercept with classified information – marking the 3rd time in 2 years an Intercept source has been arrested.
Earlier this week a leaked version of Jared Kusher and Donald Trumps proposed Middle East Peace Plan was leaked online in Hebrew. Here’s the English version of this leaked document.
After violent protests erupted nationwide, Honduras’ Congress announces it has suspended controversial reforms to the countries educational and health care sectors indefinitely.
Yesterday Chelsea Manning’s legal team presented an 8 page OpEd to a Virginia Courtroom, detailing first hand accounts of what she calls “torturous conditions and ‘abuse of the judicial system for political ends.”
Two days after the Department of Homeland Security issued a new Federal directive governing response time to future cyber threats, Donald Trump signs a new Executive Order into law.
A group of US lawyers has come forward to advise US Congress against passing a new Copyright reform bill entitled the CASE Act, warning of potential future abuses by Copyright Trolls.
Center for Democracy & Technology Warns Department of Homeland Security That Their Mass Surveillance of US Citizens May Violate US Privacy Act
According to a coalition of 103 organizations, activists, journalists and lawyers, Trump has instructed the Department of Homeland Security to investigate and create databases of US citizens critical of his Government.
A new investigative report published by Human Rights Watch today reveals the extent to which the Chinese Government goes to spy on its Muslim population, mandating spyware installation, forcibly collecting DNA samples and much more.
US Department of Homeland Security Issues Cyber Security Directive Creating New Rules, Procedures & Responses Governing Future Cyber Attacks Targeting US Federal Infrastructure
In line with a new Federal directive released by the Department of Homeland Security yesterday, all Federal agencies will have 72 hours to diagnose a cyber attack and 15-30 days to patch the vulnerability in the future.
Taking into account decreased imports, a lack of medical supplies, disease, famine, power outages and ongoing conflict, the Center for Economic Development estimates +40,000 Venezuelans have died as a direct result of US sanctions.
Earlier today the Deputy Attorney General of the United States, Rod Rosenstein, unexpectedly resigned – explaining that it’s his firm believe the US Department of Justice needs to remain bipartisan in all matters of justice.