There are still questionable issues to be addressed concerning Obamacare and bashing at the Republicans will not solve anything, but instead make more enemies. I think it's too early to conclude whether or not Obamacare is a success.
A split Supreme Court Wednesday strikes down limits on the total amount of money an individual may spend on political candidates, parties and political action committees but keeps limits per candidate and per committee.
Next month, the trustees who oversee America’s most distinguished journalistic award could face their toughest decision in at least four decades. The issue before the Pulitzer Prize Board: Does it honor reporting by The Washington Post and The Guardian based on stolen government documents that are arguably detrimental to the national security...
Edward Snowden is an former employee of the CIA and former contractor for the NSA. The controversy concerning him is that he leaked documents revealing operational details of global surveillance programs run by the NSA and the other Five Eyes government of the United Kingdom, Australia, Canada, and New Zealand.
Five years of frustration boiled over when Sen. Dianne Feinstein flayed the CIA on the Senate floor Tuesday. She accused the agency of lying, cheating and stealing to block a 6,300-page report on the CIA’s secret prisons and torture from seeing the light of day. In essence, she said, the CIA was spying on the Senate Intelligence Committee’s...
Feinstein is a Democratic Senator from San Francisco accusing the CIA of sabotaging the oversight efforts of the Senate Select Committee on Intelligence, which she chairs, and thus the separation of powers; engaging in a potential effort to intimidate this staff, by accusing them of “hacking”, breaking its word, and maybe breaking the law. This is newsworthy because citizens of the United States should be informed about the national security against terror activities, regarding terror organizations. I think the CIA has to right to do whatever they want because of the rights given to them, but they did violate the 4th amendment, the Computer Fraud and Abuse Act, which prohibits the CIA from conducting domestic searches or surveillance.
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