In a memo to President Trump, former U.S. intelligence officers cite forensic studies that indicate data was leaked (not hacked) by a DNC insider, then doctored to incriminate Russia.
The case, part of a lawyer's long legal battle against intelligence officials for allegedly violating his Fourth Amendment rights, was filed when Barack Obama was president. The case, part of a lawyer's long legal battle against intelligence officials for allegedly violating his Fourth Amendment rights, was filed when Barack Obama was president.
More than 20 U.S. intelligence, military and diplomatic veterans call on President Obama to release the evidence or admit that validation is lacking.
Among the skeptics are veteran intelligence analyst and NSA whistleblower William Binney and a former vice president of security at Amazon.
In a letter published on Consortium News regarding claims that Russia interfered in the recent U.S. elections, Veteran Intelligence Professionals for Sanity offered a powerful rebuke of the narrative being spread.
The answer to that question is "no," Andrew Cockburn writes after examining “what few facts are known about the hack” -- an examination that was closer than that of The Washington Post.
Robert Scheer sits down with former National Security Agency official turned whistle-blower William Binney to discuss the fight between Apple and the US government over access to Americans' cell phone data and why he believes there can be too much intelligence.
In this week’s “Scheer Intelligence,” Truthdig Editor-in-Chief Robert Scheer sits down with William Binney, a former National Security Agency official turned whistleblower, to discuss the fight between Apple and the U.S. government over access to Americans' cellphone data.
The Nuclear Age Peace Foundation brings Robert Scheer to Deliver the 15th Annual Frank K. Kelly Lecture on Humanity's Future at the Faulkner Gallery titled "War, Peace, Truth and the Media"