Controversial cellphone tracking technology is being deployed as a tool in President Donald Trump’s expanding effort to arrest and deport illegal US residents.
Yesterday, President Trump shocked the world by firing FBI Director James Comey, the man who was leading the investigation into the Trump regime’s ties to Russia. Trump has sparked a constitutional crisis, as many Americans wonder if Trump has fundamentally broken our admittedly imperfect system of checks and…
“I simply said to him, ‘Mr. President, in all due respect, you’re making a very big mistake,’” Senator Chuck Schumer told reporters this evening. Schumer was referring to Trump’s sudden decision to fire FBI Director James Comey. The Senate minority leader then proceeded to call for a special investigation, a move that…
President Donald Trump has just fired James Comey, the director of the Federal Bureau of Investigation.
Following the terrorist attack in San Bernardino in December of 2015, there was a lot of controversy over whether Apple should help the FBI open one of the terrorist’s phones. Ultimately, the FBI found a private company that helped crack it open, but we had no idea how much that effort cost the government. Until now.
Normally, if a publisher has a problem with spam bots. it has something to do with dreaded promotional comments that don’t make any sense. But USA Today has another problem—the bots just love the colorful newspaper’s Facebook page. That’s led to the FBI getting involved.
FBI Director James Comey on Wednesday defended his decision to announce the reopening of the Hillary Clinton investigation less than two weeks before the U.S. presidential election—though the thought that he might impact the results, he said, made him “mildly nauseous.”