The Biden administration is greatly increasing FBI caseloads and agents. That's bad news for anybody who is worried about federal overreach.
An independent investigation hasn't turned up terrorist ties or explosives.
While liquid limits are common, America's shoe removal policy is nearly unique, and many countries allow small pocket knives.
Shameful scenes like those in Kabul don’t have to happen if we avoid military interventions.
"You don’t get to lose a war and expect the result to look like you won it," says the author of Tomorrow, the World: The Birth of U.S. Global Supremacy.
The deadly Sunday explosion is a reminder of the hundreds of civilians U.S. strikes have killed in Afghanistan.
The hubristic idea that America could successfully nation-build in Afghanistan was a bipartisan delusion for nearly two decades.
The Pentagon says 12 Americans were killed and 15 more wounded in a pair of suicide attacks near the Kabul airport. At least 60 Afghans died as well.
You can both support withdrawal and recognize its failed execution.
The new advisory “is not based on any actual threats or plots” but is purely a response to a “rise in anti-government rhetoric.”
Attorney General Garland Should Reverse an Egregious Legal Ruling Denying Asylum to Refugees Fleeing Forced Labor at the Hands of Terrorist Groups
My recent USA Today op ed explains how and why.
Facebook, Twitter, and YouTube will expand their use of a central database that compiles extremist content for coordinated de-platforming.
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Section 702 is supposed to be used to snoop on spies and terrorists, not Americans.
"We don't need to use a faulty model and apply it to the very real terrorism problem that we have at home," says terrorism expert Max Abrahms.
Violent acts are already illegal, and new tools will inevitably be used against those who annoy the powerful.
We have to stop governing by emergency.
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Adopting "counterinsurgency" tactics for use against wide swaths of Americans can only make the situation worse.
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Government responses to Capitol rioters must be research-based and not just emotional reactions.
Their letter to Congress warns about inevitable abuses against religious and racial minorities.
Government grows in response to a crisis.
Frightening events create openings for attacks on civil liberties.
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Law enforcement will have an easier time arresting and prosecuting criminals on Parler than on Telegram.
NSA Ruling Reminds Us That Sacrificing Civil Liberties in the Name of National Security Is a Bipartisan Impulse
A federal appeals court concludes that the agency's mass collection of phone records was illegal and probably unconstitutional.
Leaked police documents show how U.S. counterterrorism agencies spread myths and panic about fentanyl.
Court panel rules judge didn't properly evaluate juror bias against Dzhokhar Tsarnaev.
Hamas "used and relied on" Facebook "as among its most important tools to facilitate and carry out its terrorist activity," the plaintiffs claimed.
The FBI and attorney general want to ruin everybody's data security and draft Apple into compromising your safety.
She posted on social media about deliberately spreading the disease, but she's not actually sick.
The modicum of restraint expressed by the former South Bend mayor earned him immediate scorn from conservatives.
The Trump Administration Wants To Deport an Iraqi Refugee for Being an Islamic State Terrorist. The Only Problem? He's Not.
Sending Omar Ameen back to Iraq will likely result in his execution, and the case against him doesn't make sense. The Trump administration is fighting to do it anyway.
A deadly shooting on a Naval base in Florida may lead to a new battle against encryption.
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The CIA and its defenders insisted that torture would help keep America safe. They were wrong.
A part of the law intended to hold suspected terrorists for deportation is being twisted to justify indefinite detention.
They simply disagree over who should be in charge of misusing and abusing those excessive powers.