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Politics | Politics

New Documents Reveal CIA Spied on Congress, Whistleblowers

Newly declassified documents reveal the CIA spied on Congressional staffers as well as whistleblowers.

Politics | Politics

Ex-Trump Aide Comes Forward... Says There's Second Spy, Second Intel Agency

'This is just the beginning, and when we finally find out the truth about this, Director Clapper and the rest of them are going to be wearing some orange suits.'

Politics | From CNN

DHS confirms it has evidence of mobile snooping devices around DC - CNNPolitics

The Department of Homeland Security has confirmed that it has detected evidence of mobile snooping devices around Washington, DC.

Miscellaneous | Miscellanneous Stuff

Radio Stations Abandoned Decades Ago Are Still Transmitting And No One Knows How

The strange sounds from these un-owned radio stations keep internet sleuths up at night. Are they actually used for espionage?

Miscellaneous | Interesting Links

Google starts tracking your offline shopping — what you buy at stores in person

Google already monitors your online shopping — but now it's also keeping an eye on what you're buying in real-world stores as part of its latest effort to sell more digital advertising.

Politics | Politics

Taibbi: Something About This Russia Story Stinks

Nearly a decade and a half after the Iraq-WMD faceplant, the American press is again asked to co-sign a dubious intelligence assessment.

News | Interesting Links

How To Tell If Someone Is Watching You Through A Two-Way Mirror In 30 Seconds

Many of you might be surprised to find out that there are only 13 states in the USA that legally do NOT allow cameras, or two way mirrors in private places such

Politics | From the HuffPost

Senate Votes To Turn NSA Spying Back On, But With Reforms

WASHINGTON -- After allowing portions of the Patriot Act to expire early Monday morning, lawmakers voted on Tuesday to reinstate the National Security Agency's sweeping data collection programs, thoug

Science & Technology | Tech

NSA's bulk collection of Americans' phone records was illegal, court says

A federal appeals court in New York ruled that the bulk collection of Americans' phone records by the National Security Agency (NSA) is illegal.