By David M. Drucker | 12/06/13 04:31 PM
Classified hearings with survivors of the Sept. 11, 2012 terrorist attack in Benghazi, Libya, have further convinced at least some House Republicans that the investigation should continue. President Obama insists no investigation is warranted into the attack that killed U.S. Ambassador...
By Paul Bedard | 12/06/13 02:47 PM
A former CIA director on Friday said that Iran is just “a few months” away from having a nuclear bomb and he warned that Tehran’s best scenario of use would be a blast in the atmosphere that would destroy everything below it. R. James Woolsey, CIA director for two years under former...
By Adam Goldman | 11/26/13 07:25 AM
In the early years after 9/11, the CIA turned some Guantanamo Bay prisoners into double agents then sent them home to help the U.S. kill terrorists, current and former U.S. officials said. The CIA promised the prisoners freedom, safety for their families and millions of dollars from the agency's...
By Gene Healy | 11/18/13 05:18 PM
Leave it to the Washington Post, this overgrown company town's paper of record, to put things in perspective. Along with “how to get rich in the new Washington,” the WaPo website announced Nov. 18 that “NSA's got nothing on German Stasi.” “Victims of the fearsome Communist East...
By Cal Thomas | 11/11/13 01:51 PM
With all the spying the United States has been doing on foreign leaders, possibly including the Pope, why is Jonathan Pollard, a former American civilian intelligence analyst, still in jail nearly three decades after being sentenced to life in prison for taking classified documents he believed...
By James Jay Carafano | 11/10/13 06:48 PM
Roald Dahl wrote children’s stories. Two of them—“James and the Giant Peach” and “Charlie and Chocolate Factory”—were made into big-budget Hollywood movies. Another British writer, Ian Fleming, also penned children’s books. His “Chitty-Chitty-Bang-Bang” made it to the...
11/07/13 08:09 PM
(www.nytimes.com) The disclosure shows that agencies beyond the N.S.A. exploit call metadata with programs regulated by an inconsistent patchwork of legal standards, procedures and oversight.
By Ashe Schow | 11/04/13 09:28 AM
Despite the backlash the Obama administration has received from the National Security Agency spying on German Chancellor Angela Merkel, the surveillance was “not exceptional,” according to former NSA Director Gen. Michael Hayden.
By Byron York | 12/08/13
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