I seldom write about books, but after reading “The Weapon Wizards: How Israel Became a High-Tech Military Superpower,” I was so impressed that I wanted to share it with you.
Local governments in the Washington, D.C., region are planning a “full-scale” terror attack drill for Wednesday – an exercise that comes amid mounting tensions with North Korea and other threats.
Susan Rice is a liar and that’s the truth. What’s amazing is that it has taken years for the major media to admit it, despite epic evidence.
An extensive and complex paper trail for requests to the National Security Agency about the identities of people in President Trump’s transition team in sensitive intelligence surveillance probably exists, including requests made by former National Security Advisor Susan Rice, according to information sharing procedures signed into law by the outgoing Obama Administration.
The issue of federal government surveillance of Americans has largely occupied Washington politicians and the media since President Trump first accused the administration of his predecessor of spying on him.
Syrian President Bashar al-Assad’s probable use of a banned militarized chemical agent in Khan Sheikhoun is not only a tragedy for the more than 75 Syrians, including at least 20 children, murdered in the attack. It is President Trump’s first urgent national security test.
Former National Security Adviser Susan Rice broke her silence over this week’s stunning reports Tuesday after charges that she requested the names of Trump campaign and transition officials be “demasked” from National Security Agency (NSA) intercepts.
It is a tired, but apropos, joke: how do you know when a politician is lying? When his/her lips move.
Former national security adviser Michael Flynn was paid more than $67,000 by Russian companies before the presidential election, according to documents released Thursday by a Democratic congressman.
President Donald Trump has given the Central Intelligence Agency secret new authority to conduct drone strikes against suspected terrorists, U.S. officials said, changing the Obama administration’s policy of limiting the spy agency’s paramilitary role and reopening a turf war between the agency and the Pentagon.