Pentagon Nominee Questioned About Company’s Reported Ties to Khashoggi Killers
Louis Bremer is on the board of a company that may have trained the Saudi team that killed journalist Jamal Khashoggi.
Protests for Black LivesHow Cops Can Secretly Track Your Phone
A guide to stingray surveillance technology, which may have been deployed at recent protests.
The Pentagon Has a New Process for Paying for Civilian Deaths — but Is Still Slow to Acknowledge Them
A Pentagon report shows that in 2019 the military made 65 condolence payments in Afghanistan, six in Iraq, and none in any other country.
Was the Chinese Consulate in Houston Really a Hotbed of Economic Espionage?
People close to China-related investigations in Houston say the decision to close the consulate may be more about politics than spy threats.
An Air Force Special Operations Surveillance Plane Is Lurking Near Portland During Federal Crackdown
An Air Force surveillance plane designed to carry state-of-the-art sensors typically reserved for war zones has been circling above Portland.