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Now one Texas-based billionaire (who began amassing his fortune at Enron) has singlehandedly spearheaded a massive spying program—secret until now—in a city 1500 miles away from where he lives.
In one of tens of thousands of FBI memos from the time, King is called the "most dangerous and effective Negro leader in the country."
Pokémon Go has become a highly lucrative property in the short week it's been available to download. Nintendo’s stock has soared by over 25 percent since the game’s release. At the peak of this spike, ...
Under the Senate bill, the FBI could demand electronic communications transaction records such as time stamps of emails and the emails' senders and recipients, in addition to some information about websites a person visits.
The FBI had the Orlando gunman under watch — twice — and, after much consideration, decided to stop following him. Was this a mistake? Obviously, tragically so. But in this massive lost opportunity to prevent ...
New York City's police department has emerged as one of the biggest opponents to Ted Cruz's call to patrol specifically Muslim neighborhoods following the Brussels attacks. However, that same police department was a pioneer in ...
Ted Cruz got flustered today when CBS’ This Morning’s anchors pointed out the logical fallacies in his argument that the U.S. needs to spy on Muslim communities to weed out radical jihadists.
A federal appeals court is now considering whether the FBI can be held liable for allegedly indiscriminately targeting Muslims for surveillance.
The San Bernardino shootings are reviving a debate about Washington's digital surveillance effort to find and capture violent extremists, with the recent shutdown of a U.S. cellphone spying program coming under renewed criticism.
In the absence of federal regulations, states are eager to pass their own policies on drones.