NEWS & POLITICS
The GOP Says It Has Evidence of a Secret Society at the FBI—But No One Is Allowed To See It — Newsweek, 2018
Republicans said the text messages indicate a conspiracy against Trump at the highest levels of law enforcement.
Twitter Locks Trump Supporter Accounts Tweeting #ReleaseTheMemo Hashtag That Democrats Link to Russian Interference — Newsweek, 2018
Democrats say the #ReleaseTheMemo hashtag is linked to Russian efforts to manipulate public opinion.
Trump Supporters Angry After Warnings From Twitter About Russian Interference Through Trolls — Newsweek, 2018
Trump supporters found it hard to believe they helped spread Russian misinformation after 677,775 Americans got warning emails.
Donald Trump's New York Real Estate Friends Love His Tax Bill—It Will Make Them Even Richer — Newsweek, 2017
Critics say the president is pickpocketing everyday Americans to benefit a handful of wealthy business moguls.
Children are being ‘weaponized’ in support of Donald Trump, says media expert.
Congress Sexual Harassment Settlements Should Be Made Public, Says Ex-Congressman Who Sponsored Original Law — Newsweek, 2017
Christopher Shays, who sponsored the 1995 Congressional Accountability Act, says it's time for transparency.
Trump Group Sends 12-Year-Old Girl to Interview Roy Moore Ahead of Alabama Election — Newsweek, 2017
Millie March rose to fame for her support of the president during the 2016 election.
Donald Trump May Be Losing the Rust Belt and the 'Deplorables'—But He Has One Big Way to Win Them Back — Newsweek, 2017
A General Motors union leader says Trump is losing support among manufacturing workers, but experts suggest he knows just how to keep a certain type of voter on side.
Mueller’s investigation exposes why it's so easy to launder money through Britain, experts say.
Republicans are adamant that the source of leaks on the Russia probe's first indictment be found.
Trump’s Billionaire Cabinet Members DeVos and Ross Fly Private Jets While Ben Carson Flies Commercial — Newsweek, 2017
Some billionaires in the Trump administration are avoiding a scandal over private chartered jets by flying their own.
Donations to RNC legal fund paying Russia investigation lawyers shows $193,400 from Cambridge Analytica's Mercer and wife.
A GOP lawmaker has deleted messages saying his former Democrat colleague “will go missing in the Okefenokee.”
Brand and reputation experts say Trump has crossed a boundary that's very hard to pull back from.
U.S. Contractor Bought Luxury Cars, Paid Fat Salaries to Partners on Afghanistan Contract, Audit Finds — Newsweek, 2017
Senator Claire McCaskill demanded to know why the military approved $50 million in irregular spending on luxury cars and significant other’s salaries, calling it a “slap in the face” to taxpayers.
Trump’s Afghanistan Plan The “Definition of Insanity,” Say GOP and Democrat Congress Members — Newsweek, 2017
A bipartisan group of Congress members are calling for a debate on whether Trump's strategy is any good.
Internet troll Mike Cernovich is looking for dirt on Trump's national security adviser.
ISIS and Syrian Regime War Crimes Could Go Unpunished Under Trump State Department Plan — Newsweek, 2017
Casualties mount as Secretary of State Rex Tillerson works to cut $10 billion from the State Department budget on White House orders.
Jared Kushner’s Security Clearance: Critics Say Ivanka Trump’s Husband Shouldn’t Have Access to Top U.S. Secrets Due to Undisclosed Russia Contacts — Newsweek, 2017
American officials will weigh Kushner's “personal conduct” and vulnerability to “foreign influence” when considering his top-secret security clearance application, experts say
U.S. Government at Risk of ‘Terrifying’ Hacking Attack, but Trump Won’t Do More to Fix the Problem — Newsweek, 2017
There was a 40 percent increase in government data breaches last year, with 72 across American government systems.
The video's message and presentation lays the groundwork for violent movements.
At the moment the U.S. military is in the foreign policy driver’s seat, and that’s not a good thing, experts say
Trump Is Endangering U.S. National Security With Vacant Positions, Cuts at State Department: Career Diplomats, Experts — Newsweek, 2017
Former diplomats and foreign policy experts tell Newsweek that Rex Tillerson's big changes are eroding America's power on the global stage.
Jeff Sessions Refusal To Learn About Russian Hacking Puts U.S. In Danger, Obama Official Says — Newsweek, 2017
Last year there was a 40 percent increase in government data breaches, with 72 across American government systems.
Those who have worked with or taught the former FBI director are defending him from attacks out of the Trump administration.
Revealed: How the Tory government ignored industry warnings and put 190,000 jobs at risk — IBTimes, 2017
Exclusive: David Cameron and George Osborne reneged on £1bn promise on carbon-capture programme.
President's ban targeting Muslim-majority nations will see continuing court challenges, say lawyers.
Government report says impact of barriers on US-Mexico border 'have not been assessed'.
Fear and disappointment or happiness and hope were among the choices for thousands across the continent.
The costs of the 2017 inauguration are the highest in history.
EU judges will decide if Britain must deal with 27 nations on free trade.
Cybersecurity firm Crowdstrike caught Russian intruders in DNC computers despite president-elect's claims to the contrary.
Exclusive: Emails reveal diplomatic embarrassment for UK at Paris climate conference — IBTimes, 2016
How cutting a £1bn green tech fund set back the fight against climate change and left the UK's global standing in tatters.
Third member of axed MoJ commercial arm jumps ship…to join ex-civil service colleagues at new consultancy - The Bureau of Investigative Journalism, 2016
Senior figures at former Just Solutions International investigated for possible breach of Civil Service rules.
The unstoppable crime of 'vishing' is on the rise and regulators remain powerless.
UK faces multimillion-pound EU fines if capital's £4.2bn 'super sewer' not completed.
Conservatives face councils revolt over plans to shut 91 community courts across the UK - IBTimes, 2015
Opposition is growing following the Ministry of Justice's announcement of plans to close community courts in early October.
Exclusive: UK Ministry of Justice asks High Court to delay review of Saudi Arabia prison deal - IBTimes, 2015
Court documents question if the Jusice Ministry followed human rights rules when bidding for a £5.9m contract.
Exclusive: Minister investigates controversial programme to sell UK justice services to Saudi Arabia - IBTimes, 2015
After High Court challenge against JSi program in June, Secretary of State for Justice Michael Gove launched review inside MoJ.
Israel Defense Forces report that Hamas claims to have caught a dolphin spying for Mossad.
UK twice found and destroyed chemical weapons as old stockpile moved about the country on black market.
Parliamentarians demand court rule whether they are exempt from UK government surveillance.
Isis could have been 'nipped in the bud' with attack on Assad in 2013 say ex UK defence chiefs - IBTimes, 2015
UK politicians need to convince public to take military action today: former Nato secretary general.
A 22-year-old YPG fighter has become the second German to die while combating Islamic State.
Sharpshooting female soldier beats best Brits but fails to take home top Queen's Medal - IBTimes, 2015
Although she scored highest in the UK's top sharpshooting competition, Sgt. Tatyana Danylyshyn came away empty-handed.
Early exits polls in Greece show a rejection of the terms proposed by the country's creditors and Greeks are taking to the streets in celebration.
Second UK surveillance study to recommend ministers get judges to approve spy warrants - IBTimes, 2015
The study informing new surveillance laws is set to recommend ministers keep warrant signing powers, according to one of its authors Sir David Omand, former director of GCHQ.
Financial laws need to be tweaked to include transfers under £600, according to Andy McDonald, head of the Metropolitan Police Counter Terrorism unit's Specialist Investigations.
Violence comes nearly a year to the day Isis declared its establishment of a new caliphate, an Islamic State in Syria and Iraq.
London teen gets tooth knocked out after spraying Westminster Met with Silly String [Video] - IBTimes, 2015
Prankster arrested twice for spraying Met police with silly string after security beefed up following lone-wolf terrorist attacks, posts video on YouTube.
Britain's prison workers have blamed the latest inmate riot in the Midlands on government cuts, as MPs debate the "crisis" in British jails.
Saudi blogger Raif Badawi facing 1,000 lashes will have punishment postponed: Amnesty - IBTimes, 2015
Badawi's wife holds hope the Saudi king will reverse the court's decision in an act of clemency at the beginning of the holy month of Ramadan.
An influx of international money into London's property market has become a contentious British election issue.
In one London neighbourhood, a sense of shared destiny has given rise to a positive outcome — rather than pushing them apart, recent hate crimes have brought Jews and Muslims closer together.
On the heels of the Israeli Prime Minister's speech to U.S. Congress, a sect of Orthodox Jews known as the Neturei Karta made a statement about their view of Israel and Palestine.
Several journalists are headed to court to protect freedom of speech in the UK after finding themselves on the Met police "domestic extremist" database and discovering they have been spied on for years.
But ISPs can do more, says WikiLeaks co-founder. Assange’s new book presents two visions of the future of the Internet battling for supremacy.
Under the final Canada-EU trade deal, billions of dollars Canadian governments set aside to boost local businesses may flow out of Canada.
Devices now lightning rods for critics of mayor's failure to fix affordable housing.
MP Artur Debski works a construction job in London to understand why more and more Poles are moving to the U.K.
A data breach at the Office of the Privacy Commissioner of Canada has potentially exposed the private information of 800 current and former federal government employees.
Movement is brewing to change the iconic British flag if Scotland votes for independence. But the Union Jack is found on many flags.
A Conservative pollster warns the days of the Liberals being branded the ‘natural ruling party’ are not over.
Physicians shouted over a speech by the Minister of State for Sport ahead of the London Olympics to protest government cuts to refugee healthcare.
A plan to open a supervised injection site for hard drug users in Ottawa is being applauded by some who say the facility would cut the city’s high HIV infection rate.
As violence in Syria swells, Syrian-Canadian activists don’t feel safe voicing their opposition to the Assad government, even on Canadian soil.
Autonomous weapons are not far in the future and need to be debated as Canada purchases its first weaponized drones, experts say.
Triathlete Sindy Hooper had no idea when she quit her job to raise money for a friend with ovarian cancer that she would soon be in a race for her own life against the disease.
To get into the minds of those carrying out suicide bombing attacks Yoram Schweitzer spoke to those who had failed.
Lawyer Glenn Greenwald calls out Canada for its new Internet throttling and tough on crime laws.
Don’t expect a Canadian military loaded with more of the latest gadgets in the next 20 years, says a defence professor as he peers into the forces’ future.
Catholic school board sees enrolment decline as new $10 million school set to open - Metro News, 2013
The Ottawa Catholic School Board has lost roughly 10 per cent of its students over the past eight years as enrolment rose at public schools.
Feral cat populations have increased significantly across Canada and citizens groups are stepping up where the government won't.
Republican libertarian Ron Paul told Canada to drop drug laws and mandatory minimum sentences at the Manning Centre‘s networking conference.
Immigrants and refugees from Iran shared mixed feelings as the regime’s diplomats packed their bags to leave Canada.
New immigration laws strain the Federal Court and scare the public into accepting draconian legislation, says a law professor.
Libertarian Ottawa South candidate Jean-Serge Brisson doesn’t count on winning your vote – he just wants you to know there’s an alternative.
Republicans and Democrats watching the American election in Canada lament its reality TV tone.
Attacks to steal valuable government and corporate data are on the rise and a new cyber-warfare competition is challenging the country’s experts to beef up their skills.
A review of the federal Justice Department is set to examine whether more of its work could be outsourced to private firms.
The diplomat behind the events of Oscar-winning film Argo sets the record straight on the ’79 Iran hostage crisis.
A group of Manotick drug pushers got kids to steal from homes in return for a hit of the highly addictive drug Fentanyl.
Physicians are bumping up their emergency room skills on Afghanistan's front lines.