Both the House and the Senate want transit agencies to stop buying rolling stock from Chinese-owned companies.
Due Process Concerns Abound
Trump thinks that by publishing the piece, the Times is "virtually" guilty of "treason."
It is possible to believe that President Trump targeted Brennan for political reasons, and also that Brennan is unhinged and unreliable.
The Kentucky Republican is glad Trump stripped ex-CIA Director John Brennan of his security clearance. But Trump shouldn't stop there, Paul says.
Brennan was awful and defended the indefensible, but Trump is clearly trying to silence critics.
This will have potentially serious consequences for those investigating election meddling.
Extending the justification would allow government intervention into just about anything.
No, the government shouldn't nationalize our mobile infrastructure.
McCain and Jeff Flake are right to slam the president's juvenile rhetoric, but questionably blame Trump for global trends while neglecting the press crackdowns of his predecessor.
Rhetoric on international relations rarely matches actual U.S. actions.
Trump's New National Security Strategy Not Likely to Alter the Pattern of 'Promiscuous Intervention'
His policy decisions have so far belied his understanding of the public's foreign policy frustration.
Senate Could Make It Easy for FBI to Spy on Teen Sexters, Black Lives Matter, and Other U.S. 'Criminals'
FISA reauthorization would majorly expand use of warrantless digital surveillance data against Americans.
The great disrupter of the establishment turns out to be-surprise, surprise-a man of the establishment.
The Department of Homeland Security is replacing its laptop ban with more sweeping security measures for all U.S.-bound flights.
Don't be spooked by exaggerated view of threats against the U.S.
It's not about fighting terrorism; it's about finding leakers.
We're not any safer, just more miserable.
So terrorism is solved, right?
Since the beginning of the republic, nationalists have warned that because America is exceptional, it faces constant danger.
Our lethal and self-defeating Middle East policy appears more aimed at Iran and its allies than at the radical jihadi network that perpetrated 9/11.
Federal court invalidates gag order extending more than a decade.
Mohamedou Slahi is still incarcerated even though a federal judge ordered his release in 2010.
"State secrets" claim fails to get it dismissed.
Had provided information on terrorist watch lists.