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The National Security Agency is still baffled by the extent of information Edward Snowden accessed, according to a new report.
Contrary to the assurances made by the Obama administration only one week ago, a “Top Secret” 2012 National Security Agency (NSA) report leaked by former NSA analyst Edward Snowden admits …
Saturday, 17 August 2013 16:52

Ignore President Obama On Sexual Assault

Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel has issued a directive ordering the military to ignore a May statement made by President Obama in which he said that service members who commit sexual …
Monday marked far more than just the beginning of a new week. It also was the day when two significant legal decisions were announced may alter significantly the criminal justice …
With the inauguration of Iran’s new president, Hassan Rouhani, the United States should take a more flexible approach toward Tehran to increase the chances of a successful resolution of the …
Yes, the FBI was spying on the Muslim community in Southern California and, yes, it lied to a federal judge about the existence of documents relevant to a case regarding …
A prominent Iranian lawmaker underlined that the US allies in Europe have been disheartened by Washington’s spying on them which was disclosed by former CIA employee Edward Snowden.
On the issue of government surveillance, President Barack Obama bears little resemblance to Senator Barack Obama before he won the White House.
Seeking to evade even the weak limits placed on its spying by U.S. law, the National Security Agency (NSA) has paid at least £100 million ($155 million) to the British …
The Kremlin voiced disappointment Wednesday with President Barack Obama's decision to cancel his Moscow summit with Russian President Vladimir Putin, but said it remains ready to cooperate with the United …
Iran’s new President Hassan Rouhani blasted the US for showing paradoxical behaviors towards Iran, and said the recent White House statement and intensification of the sanctions showed that Washington should …
Tuesday, 06 August 2013 13:21

Is the FBI a Criminal Organization?

Last week, in a piece I wrote for The Huffington Post on the hypocrisy in the Bradley Manning trial, I argued that “The law is for the powerful to defy …
Monday, 05 August 2013 13:49

In Afghanistan, A Second Guantanamo

Of all the challenges the United States faces as it winds down the Afghanistan war, the most difficult might be closing the prison nicknamed “The Second Guantanamo.”
A senior Iranian legislator underlined that the differences between the US Republicans and Democrats on imposing more sanctions against Tehran indicate Washington's confusion over proper approach towards Iran.
Intelligence officials today released top secret internal briefings they had provided to members of Congress that outline the dragnet phone call metadata surveillance program lawmakers secretly knew about but could …
U.S. Senator John McCain is furious about whistleblower Edward Snowden’s newly-acquired asylum, and is demanding that Washington re-examine its relations with Moscow and “strip away the illusions that many Americans …
Less than 18 months before all foreign combat troops are to leave Afghanistan, there are still billions of U.S. tax dollars at risk of being wasted — or worse, funneled …
Wednesday, 31 July 2013 15:40

Pentagon Likely To Cut Furlough Days

Defense department civilians will likely face up to five fewer unpaid furlough days than originally planned, as Pentagon leaders scrimp to find up to $900 million in savings in the …
Wednesday, 31 July 2013 15:37

NSA Data Fight Could Signal Privacy War

Congress put a big scare last week into the agency that frightens privacy advocates and U.S. enemies throughout the world - and sent up a shot heard everywhere that an …
Renowned American intellectual and cultural critic Michael Parenti believes that the United States, intrigued by a group of influential and affluent Jews, is exercising double standards with regard to Iran’s …