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Staffers at the National Security Agency feel overlooked by the White House amid revelations of the agency's vast domestic surveillance programs, according to a Washington Post report published Saturday.
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Rep. Michael T. McCaul , chairman of the House Homeland Security Committee , said Sunday that terrorism is thriving across North Africa and in the Middle East, despite assurances from President Obama that " al Qaeda is on the run."
And I also want to acknowledge our friendship over many years and what you have meant to international diplomacy and also acknowledge your institution, the IISS, because it has been your leadership and the energy of the institution that has really shaped a good deal of international discussion over the last decade.
Giant Chinese tech vendor Huawei Technologies continues to find itself in the middle of a global debate over cyber-security and espionage.
The race could turn on a single issue: The future of the district's largest employer, Naval Base Ventura County.
Democratic Sens. Tim Johnson of South Dakota, Carl Levin of Michigan and Dianne Feinstein of California wrote to Director of National Intelligence James R. Clapper Jr. on Friday, urging him to provide regular briefings on Iran.
An Amtrak Capitol Corridor train from Sacramento, Calif., arrives at Diridon Station in San Jose on Aug. 10, 2012.
Chinese telecommunications equipment maker Huawei's top lobbyist says that despite rumors the oft-maligned company is abandoning the U.S. market, its lobbying shop won't be leaving Washington anytime soon.
FOLLOWING mass cancellations of existing health policies by insurers, President Obama has apologized for promising, "If you like your insurance plan, you will keep it.
The chairs of the House and Senate Intelligence Committees stated last weekend that the world was getting more unsafe.
When you've lost the Times, you've lost the narrative. I think Chomsky said something like that once.
The San Bernardino County Board of Supervisors ended its moratorium on new solar projects in the county, replacing it with a new ordinance that, according to the First District's Robert Lovingood, "strikes a fair compromise between rural homeowners and developers of solar projects."
The Washington Post is reporting that the National Security Agency tracks the locations of nearly 5 billion cellphones every day overseas, including those belonging to Americans abroad.
Rafael Peralta, a Marine sergeant who saved the lives of fellow Marines before he was killed by a grenade blast in Iraq in 2004 may get another look for the Medal of Honor.
The British newspaper The Guardian deserves the highest of accolades for the powerful journalism it has published based on documents leaked by former National Security Agency contractor Edward Snowden.