Volume 5 of the CIA's Lee Harvey Oswald 7-volume collection, may never be turned over, even though the law requires it to take place by October 26th of this year.
Charlottesville proves how close we are to civil war in the US — and politicians want it that way.
RFID chips are in the news again, this time as employees volunteer for implants — but the chips' convenience lures more to implants before the impact on rights can be assessed.
Commonwealth Bank is in hot water, as civil penalties proceedings begin after an investigation found tens of thousands of violations of money laundering and terrorist financing laws.
A person claiming to be a former data center tech at Amazon implicates the company in working directly with the NSA and CIA to domestically spy on Americans.
Washington's new Driving Under the Influence of Electronics law makes it illegal to text, eat, smoke, read or groom while driving.
In spite of the entirely unethical practice of gathering biometric data of innocent Americans, face scanners are now a reality. Welcome to 1984.
Parents could be fined $20,000 for giving kids smartphones, should a legislative initiative pass — but the proposal evinces everything wrong with the Nanny State.
Newly-obtained documents show the Pentagon and CIA have enormous influence over Hollywood — its pro-war propaganda must be accepted or the government packs its assistance and goes home.
A new bill requires US citizens to declare ALL assets in excess of $10,000 — or have the entirety of their accounts and assets seized, and spend ten years in prison.