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By John Hudson The FBI’s creeping advance into the world of counterterrorism is nothing new. But quietly and without notice, the agency has finally decided to make it official in one of its organizational fact sheets. Instead of declaring “law … Continue reading
By Nick Baumann A previously unknown Bush administration program continued under President Barack Obama grants the FBI and other national security agencies broad authority to delay or squash the immigration applications of people from Muslim countries, according to documents obtained … Continue reading
By Andrew O’Hehir So the paranoid hippie pot dealer you knew in college was right all along: The feds really were after him. In the latest post-Snowden bombshell about the extent and consequences of government spying, we learned from Reuters reporters … Continue reading
It comes after DNA tests showed that the child returned to the missing baby’s parents is not their son. Paul Fronczak, 49, was raised by Chester and Dora Fronczak after detectives found him abandoned in New Jersey in 1965. But he … Continue reading
By Declan McCullagh The U.S. government is quietly pressuring telecommunications providers to install eavesdropping technology deep inside companies’ internal networks to facilitate surveillance efforts. FBI officials have been sparring with carriers, a process that has on occasion included threats of contempt … Continue reading
By Arelis R. Hernandez Sanford police confirmed that within the last hour they had delivered boxes of evidence from their investigation into George Zimmerman to the Federal Bureau of Investigation’s Orlando office. Capt. Jim McAuliffe said the delivery — which … Continue reading
By Spencer S. Hsu An unprecedented federal review of old criminal cases has uncovered as many as 27 death penalty convictions in which FBI forensic experts may have mistakenly linked defendants to crimes with exaggerated scientific testimony, U.S. officials said. … Continue reading
By Janet Reitman Our hearts go out to the victims of the Boston Marathon bombing, and our thoughts are always with them and their families. The cover story we are publishing this week falls within the traditions of journalism and … Continue reading
Here it is the finale of Cybergeddon. This series wasn’t half bad. Enjoy!
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