In another scandal for the Department of Justice this week, two suspected terrorists are reportedly missing from the federal witness protection program.
Lawmakers and top Pentagon brass in Washington have already figured out that the military has a sexual-assault problem. Are their officers listening?
Surveillance and predator drones are made locally, but sold globally. And that poses some worrying questions for U.S. national security.
An ABC News story that said that the Obama administration had altered the talking points has been proven false and given the White House the first ray of good news in a while.
Has the U.S. Department of Defense just given itself unprecedented power to intervene in domestic affairs?
As news of government agencies secretly gathering information from U.S. citizens continues to unravel, it's time for Americans in general to rebuild the pillars our democracy was built upon.
With growing anger from journalists and politicians alike over the AP records seizure case, people are eager to find a villain in the case. But Holder's "recusal" excuse may be his saving grace.
Federal immigration officials have arrested a Saudi traveler in Detroit Metropolitan Airport who was transporting a pressure cooker for (*drum roll*) cooking traditional Middle Eastern cuisine.