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Federal Court Hands Rare Win to NSA

When federal district judge Richard Leon ruled in late 2013 that the NSA’s mass collection of American phone records likely violated the Constitution and was “almost Orwellian,” it was seen as a landmark moment in the post-Edward Snowden era of judicial pushback against government surveillance programs.

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Situation Report: Carter back to the valley; U.S. Army shipping out for Europe; the forever war in Iraq grinds on; Iraqi generals killed by Humvee; Russia’s new fighter jet turns heads, and lots more

By Paul McLeary with Adam Rawnsley #flex? Defense Secretary Ash Carter is back in Silicon Valley to sell his vision for a collaboration between fast-moving ...

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Situation Report: F-22s headed for Europe; new truce between the Koreas; Syrians say they were sold out by the Turks; Special Ops under investigation; and lots more

By Paul McLeary with Adam Rawnsley Airpower to Europe. The U.S. Air Force is getting ready to send its newest high-tech fighter plane to Europe ...

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The Return of Black Monday?

The Dow experienced its biggest one-day drop as concerns about China's economic slowdown grow.

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Situation Report: Explosion at U.S. base in Japan; top Senate Democrat endorses Iran nuke deal; chemical weapons attacks in Iraq and Syria; riding out the zombie apocalypse; and plenty more

By Paul McLeary with Adam Rawnsley Go boom. An explosion rocked the U.S. Army’s Sagami Depot about 25 miles south of Tokyo on Sunday, lighting ...


Which Country Is Best Prepared for the Zombie Apocalypse?

If Fear the Walking Dead came true, world governments from Putin’s Russia to Castro’s Cuba would need swift action, iron will, and plenty of bullets to survive the undead plague.

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Situation Report: Ash Carter opens up on Turkey and Russia; Pentagon drops new Pacific strategy; American suicide bomber strikes in Iraq; Ukraine stays hot; and lots more

By Paul McLeary with Adam Rawnsley Nobody’s business but the Turks. Turkey may have opened up its airfields to U.S. F-16 fighter planes and drones, ...

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Situation Report: Attacks on Egyptian, Turkish security forces; Russian ship towed home; North and South Korea trade fire; Kiev warns pro-Russian rebels; Army family angry at treatment; and lots more

By Paul McLeary with Adam Rawnsley Violence flares. Wednesday was a bloody day for two key U.S. allies, as Turkey and Egypt were each forced ...



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