Former CBS News correspondent Sharyl Attkisson released video Friday of her Benghazi files being systematically deleted from her computer in 2012, alleging that government agencies were responsible for the crime.
Homeland & Cybersecurity
The latest coverage of the Department of Homeland Security and cyber threats around the globe.
By Douglas Ernst - The Washington Times
An investigation is underway at Marine Corps Base Quantico in Virginia over possible Islamic State propaganda found in the town. Published October 31, 2014
The local WPIX-TV reported that the body of a beheaded woman was found in Farmingdale, New York, near the Long Island Rail Road station.
What police have labeled the latest act of terror in New York City didn't involve an international conspiracy, a high-profile target or a bomb — just an unemployed loner wielding a hardware-store hatchet on an unremarkable street.
Obama administration officials Wednesday would not confirm reports that Russian hackers were behind recent breaches of the White House computer system, and the situation has riled Republicans on Capitol Hill who say they weren't told of the cyberattack.
The federal government and private businesses must be allies, not adversaries, in the ongoing fight to improve the nation's cybersecurity infrastructure, a top Justice Department official said Tuesday.
The White House's computer network has been hacked, with some temporary outages experienced in the executive office of the president, a White House official said Tuesday.
Those who suspect the worst about the Obama administration and the media won't have their beliefs contradicted by former CBS News reporter Sharyl Attkisson's explosive new book, "Stonewalled: My Fight for Truth Against the Forces of Obstruction, Intimidation and Harassment in Obama's Washington."
The lies Boston Marathon bombing suspect Dzhokhar Tsarnaev's friend, Robel Phillipos, was accused of telling the FBI, along with the jury's finding on each:
The U.S. Postal Service allowed law enforcement agents to peek at Americans' pieces of mail nearly 50,000 times in 2013, an investigation from The New York Times found.
Boston Marathon bombing suspect Dzhokhar Tsarnaev's friend was convicted Tuesday of lying to federal agents during the investigation into the deadly 2013 attack.
The number of Californians whose personal data was hacked last year jumped sixfold to 18.5 million accounts and as many as one-third of those people will become victims of fraud, says California Attorney General Kamala Harris, in a new report on data breaches in the nation's biggest state.
As Republicans on the trail hammer Democrats over foreign policy, the Republican National Committee is out with a new ad highlighting recent scares over the Islamic State and Ebola, as well as a recent report the White House has pushed back on suggesting the Obama administration is looking at ways to close the Guantanamo Bay detention facility using executive action.
Federal health officials released a risk scale Monday designed to smooth out state efforts to fight Ebola while bolstering the Obama administration's plea for calm, even as the Pentagon quarantined troops returning from the West African epicenter of the outbreak.
A New Black Panther Party chapter leader is hailing the jihadi sympathizer who attacked New York City police officers with a hatchet last week as "a crusader seeking justice."
A man appearing in court on charges that he scaled a White House fence was found incompetent to stand trial Monday and screamed for help as marshals forcibly removed him from the courtroom.
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These people who traveled to Syria to join and support an army of psychopathic mass murderers, will simply be "tracked" once they get back on our soil.
"We are in a dangerous place in the world, perhaps more dangerous than in the past 10 years."
Intelligence has once again been front and center in the news this past week, and that's hardly ever good news for the intelligence community.
When President Obama attributed the rise in Iraq of the Islamic State, or ISIS, to the failures of the U.S. intelligence community earlier this week, naming and blaming directly National Intelligence Director James R. Clapper, he was attempting to deflect criticism of his own incompetence.