Hillary Rodham Clinton's 2011 campaign to drive Moammar Gadhafi from power did significant damage to U.S. intelligence, according to a top Libyan aide and U.S. intelligence officials.
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By Dave Boyer - The Washington Times
The White House said Monday that President Obama believes a ban on bullets commonly used with the AR-15 rifle will save police officers' lives. Published March 2, 2015
The FBI said that it needs the ability to collect the metadata of millions of Americans because suspected terrorists are digitally "going dark" like never before.
The Justice Department has launched an investigation into at least 10 big banks to see if officials rigged prices of precious metals — though European regulators looking into the same thing had to conclude: There was no wrongdoing.
The nation's top cybersecurity official said Monday that he expects a major cyberattack against the U.S. before he leaves office while warning that America needs to do more to keep up with Russia, China and other potential adversaries in this field.
The nation has lost counterterrorism and surveillance capabilities due to the revelations by leaker Edward Snowden, Adm. Michael S. Rogers, the director of the National Security Agency, said Monday at a cybersecurity forum.
There has been a surge of applicants vying for police academy positions around the country, even as the role of law enforcement has come under fire due to the highly politicized events in Ferguson, Missouri, and Staten Island, New York, where cops were questioned for their use of force against black men.
Federal drug prosecutions dropped 6 percent last year, a move Attorney General Eric Holder said shows the nation is reforming its judicial system to punish violent offenders and not low-level drug users.
Former New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg was captured on audio admitting that police by and large focus their patrols on minority neighborhoods because "that's where all the crime is," he said during a recent address at the Aspen Institute.
It's easy to blame police racism for the deaths of young black men at the hands of law enforcement, but that narrative is increasingly facing pushback from those who say it's not so simple.
President Obama told the German people Monday to give the U.S. "the benefit of the doubt" on American spying and surveillance efforts.
Attorney General Eric Holder was asked during a nationally televised interview on MSNBC to "quack" like a duck, in recognition of the nickname some of his supporters had dubbed onto him — "The Duck."
America's drug abuse woes have been exacerbated by a lack of leadership from above and at the local level, four former drug czars told a gathering of some 2,500 anti-drug activists Tuesday.
America is struggling with its illegal drug culture partly because of a lack of leadership at the top, William J. Bennett, the nation's first drug czar, said Tuesday.
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