There’s a lot of emphasis on cyber threats, but the government is increasingly vulnerable to gaps in supply-chain security.
A judge has ordered the Department of Justice (DOJ) to preserve any emails located on former FBI Director James Comey’s personal email account after a government watchdog revealed he used the account to conduct government business.
The agency’s inspector general said FCC officials “misrepresented facts” in trying to explain the controversy.
Just came across this. Speaking of FOIA, transparency and the 9 conspiracy …
Who in the FBI wants to work in Iraq? A question not an offer.
This should be included in FBI training under deep-sixing along with deep throat … a la Watergate and not XXX.
Starting in 1942, J. Edgar Hoover’s Federal Bureau of Investigation began keeping tabs on the famed Hungarian looker with a long history of husbands and “housekeeping” – Zsa Zsa Gabor.
It was wartime and lots of stuff in the release but on the fun side:
The high bar for mathematical ability and the level of confidence and certitude in Hoover’s FBI for an espionage suspect is nothing short of awe inspiring or between kinda nice and I dunno. The subject is 23 or 24 and got married “approximately three months prior to August 6, 1942” otherwise, as calculated by astronomers and astrologers to be approximately May 6, 1942. Were these guys evaluated on essay word count? Hearsay on unproducible newspaper articles is also good intel.
Good job documenting that the alleged jealous wife knife wound was actually not only self inflicted but paid for.
For victory buy US Savings Bonds and Stamps.
The National Risk Management Center will give critical infrastructure companies much needed-support when under cyberattack.
It isn’t every day that the Department of Justice acknowledges formally that the president of the United States lied in a speech to Congress. But that’s how I read a letter I received a few days ago
The Justice Department unsealed three federal indictments on Wednesday charging Ukranian nationals Dmytro Fedorov, Fedir Hladyr, and Andrii Kopakov with crimes related to their membership in the
The Transportation Security Administration is engaging in covert surveillance of innocent fliers — and raising a host of disturbing questions in the process.Internal TSA documents uncovered by The Boston Globe reveal that under a program called “Quiet Skies,” every day federal air marshals are tracking and shadowing dozens of U.S. citizens who are not under investigation or suspected of any actual wrongdoing.
Bigfoot another issue for Cockburn!
A Virginia Republican who has been linked to white supremacists now faces accusations of liking Bigfoot erotica.