Court Rules the NYPD’s X-Ray Vans Can Remain a Secret
The NYPD must reveal potential health risks of the vans, but nothing else
Saudi Arabia Threatens Financial Retribution if U.S. Anti-Terrorism Bill Passes
“The president is siding with Saudi Arabia over the 9/11 families.”
Harvard Study Refutes Claims That Encryption Will Prevent Terrorism Investigations
Researchers remind law enforcement how easy it is to keep track of anyone using the Internet.
President Obama: “We Cannot Turn Against One Another…”
“…by letting this fight be defined as a war between America and Islam.”
Why World Leaders Are Finally Calling ISIS “Daesh”
Daesh demand that people use “the pompous, long and delusional name created by the group, not some funny-sounding made-up word.”
Increasing Government Surveillance Powers Would Not Have Prevented the Paris Attacks
The world intelligence community had all the tools they needed to stop the terrorist attacks on Paris, but failed anyway.