Top Ukrainian Nazi Visits U.S. Congress, Pentagon, Seeks Weapons for Ukraine
Parubiy also visited with the Pentagon.
by Eric Zuesse
Foreign governments, Dictators, Autocrats, Warlords gave millions to Clinton Foundation while Hillary was at State Dept.
Foundation officials acknowledged they should have sought approval.
by Rosalind S. Helderman and Tom Hamburger

Soros, Ford shovel $196 million to 'net neutrality' groups, staff to White House
“The biggest money in this debate is from the liberal foundations that lavish millions on self-styled grassroots groups pushing for more and more regulation and federal control.”
by Paul Bedard
Five Pieces Of Indisputable Evidence Of Forced Organ Harvesting Of Falun Gong Practitioners In China
One reason for persecution of Falun Gong stems from practitioners’ faith in principles of truthfulness, compassion and tolerance.
by The Sleuth Journal

Justice Department: We’ll Go After ISIS’s Twitter Army
Not all speech is free — if it’s in support of ISIS. Helping the terror group spread the word online is a violation of anti-terror laws, a top Justice Department official says.
by Shane Harris
Gemalto: NSA and GCHQ Probably Hacked Us, But Didn't Get SIM Encryption Keys
Gemalto the world’s largest maker of SIM cards.
by Slashdot

Cities Roll Out Red Carpet For Illegals
Elite using illegals to collapse welfare state – and America.
by David Knight
Lawmaker Who Said Snowden Committed Treason, Now On Other Side Of Metadata Surveillance
Lawmaker’s ignorance of surveillance becomes his downfall.
by Mike Masnick

Humiliating Admission By UK Government That Yet More Of Its Surveillance Was Unlawful
“We acknowledge that the policies adopted since [January] 2010 have not fully met the requirements of the ECHR…”
by Glyn Moody
Marco Rubio Sells Out to the NSA
Another Republican betrayal.
by David Knight

The Internet isn't broken. Obama doesn't need to 'fix' it.
FCC and FTC members’ give the president some sharp advice: Leave the Internet alone.
by Ajit Pai & Joshua Wright
Destroyed by the Espionage Act
Stephen Kim spoke to a reporter. Now he’s in jail. This is his story.
by Peter Maass

Lenovo Shipping PCs with Pre-Installed 'Superfish Malware' that Kills HTTPS
Company defends deplorable malware.
by Swati Khandelwal
Bush jumps into privacy fight, backs controversial NSA program
Insists program rules “do protect our civil liberties.”
by Julian Hattem

The First AI War Is Coming
Will a small tech elite pit themselves against the rest of humanity in a 21st “Artilect” war of gigadeath?
by David Knight
Google warns of US government 'hacking any facility' in the world
Google says increasing the FBI’s powers set out in search warrants would raise ‘monumental’ legal concerns that should be decided by Congress.
by Ed Pilkington