By Ben Armbruster on March 12, 2014
Progressives on Congress want the American public to know how the federal government allocates funds for U.S. intelligence agencies and operations.
By Hayes Brown on March 6, 2014
As it turns out, the CIA does not possess a crystal ball to predict world events.
By Hayes Brown on November 5, 2013
A new law in New Zealand requires telecoms networks to allow the country's intelligence agencies to tap their data, same as in the U.S. and U.K.
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By Zack Beauchamp on October 28, 2013
Jason Richwine, who lost a Heritage gig for saying "the low average IQ of Hispanics is effectively permanent," now blogs "occasionally" for National Review.
By Hayes Brown on October 2, 2013
The senator helpfully forgets that he led the charge for the shutdown that he says is now threatening the country's security.
By Hayes Brown on August 29, 2013
For the first time we have details about just how the U.S. spends the billions of dollars it budgets annually for its spy programs.
By Zack Beauchamp on August 9, 2013
Why is a major publication publishing a piece suggesting white people are smarter than Hispanics?
By Hayes Brown on July 10, 2013
With three of their partners' signal intelligence collection programs revealed, it's only a matter of time before all eyes turn to two of the most seemingly innocuous members of the world stage: Canada and New Zealand.
By Hayes Brown on June 18, 2013
By Hayes Brown on June 17, 2013