Ken Klippenstein is a D.C.-based investigative reporter who focuses on national security. He is also an avid Freedom of Information Act requester. Prior to joining The Intercept, he was The Nation’s D.C. correspondent.
Microwave Weapon Concerns Spread to Department of Homeland Security
A memo obtained by The Intercept reveals that CIA-bred fears of “Havana Syndrome” have reached the department that houses ICE and CBP.
AP, in Leaked Memos, Doing Damage Control With Staff: “You Will Have a Voice”
The signature of outgoing Associated Press Executive Editor Sally Buzbee is conspicuously absent from the memo sent over the weekend.
Pentagon Plans to Monitor Social Media of Military Personnel for Extremist Content
The military has previously balked at surveilling service members for extremist political views due to First Amendment protections.
Pentagon List of Extremism Experts Includes Anti-Muslim and Conservative Christian Groups
The Pentagon’s Countering Extremism Working Group has circulated a list of prospective partners that includes individuals associated with anti-Muslim group MEMRI.