Medical lapses are endangering inmates at the Rose M. Singer Center. The story of Jackie Caquias.
Denny Hastert is Contemptible, But His Indictment Exemplifies America’s Over-Criminalization Pathology
One can revile the former House speaker while still recognizing the disturbing aspects of the U.S. justice system revealed by his indictment.
As Congress struggles over renewal of Patriot Act, NSA documents show intelligence experts warning that “tsunami” of surveillance data can actually hinder search for terrorists.
A trove of emails provided to The Intercept detail Russian schemes to obtain a crucial component for military thermal imaging systems.
Yesterday, the head of al Qaeda’s affiliate in Syria gave the clearest indication yet that the “Khorasan Group” is a fabrication.
A landmark new United Nations report is “the first attempt to create a legal framework for digital security,” David Kaye, the U.N.’s special rapporteur on freedom of expression, told The Intercept in an interview Thursday. The report is urging governments not to ban or mandate surveillance “backdoors” in encryption and anonymity tools that are used>>
Two paragraphs, courtesy of the Obama White House and the Paper of Record, illustrate the principal weapons that have poisoned post-9/11 political discourse in the U.S.
Attorney General Loretta Lynch on Wednesday expressed “grave concerns” about how encryption is hampering law enforcement, joining the ranks of Obama administration officials who are trying to make a crucial feature of the Internet seem like something nefarious. “We are seeing many more people involved in terrorism investigations using peer to peer communications, specifically encrypted>>
“Do you have any relatives or friends who have been martyred fighting in the defense of your beliefs?” If you’re a Muslim-American, that is one of questions you might get at a U.S. port of entry.
Rapiscan Systems lobbied aggressively to win a major contract with the Transportation Security Administration to provide X-ray body scanners at airports, only to lose the contract in 2013 after the company failed to deliver software to protect the privacy of passengers. Rapiscan now has a friend on the inside. Earlier this month, Rapiscan lobbyist Christopher>>