The U.S. thinks Huawei is a major threat to global security, but European allies aren’t convinced. These divergent attitudes, senior military leaders and lawmakers warn, could damage their alliance—and collective security—over the long term.
The era of open procurements across a globalized technology industry has made it frighteningly straightforward for a determined and organized state machine to extend its collection network. And China certainly has that.
Overhead police snipers, officer strike teams and K-9 units will ensure that the revelers for the New Year’s Eve celebration in Las Vegas are protected.
Last Sunday, a political earthquake struck Mexico. Running on a platform of change and promises to root out government corruption and address economic inequality, leftist Andrés Manuel López Obrador and his new MORENA party won the strongest mandate in Mexico’s brief democratic history. Here’s what you need to know about these elections.
In Mexico’s July 2018 presidential election, a controversial populist, Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador (AMLO) is facing off against lack-luster candidates from the centrist PRI party of Mexico’s current, and deeply unpopular President Enrique Peña Nieto and the right-of-center PAN party of former Mexican president Felipe Calderon.
President Donald Trump announced that he was replacing his national security adviser, Lt. Gen. H.R. McMaster, with the hawkish John Bolton.
Democrats on Capitol Hill called Donald Trump’s blocking of their memo hypocritical and a political exploitation of the nation’s intelligence secrets.
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The Senate Intelligence Committee is planning on Tuesday to debate in secret a bill that would reauthorize a powerful surveillance authority without imposing any new restraints on the FBI’s ability to search and use the communications of Americans gathered under that law in national security and criminal prosecutions.