Why The Russians Had Insiders

Opinion | Mark Macias
FILE PHOTO: Russian President Vladimir Putin attends a meeting with journalists following a live nationwide broadcast call-in in Moscow, Russia, June 15, 2017. REUTERS/Sergei Karpukhin/File Photo

To have had such sophisticated information, they had to have had help from Americans.

FISA Surveillance Requests Are Almost Never Rejected

Politics | Gage Cohen
WASHINGTON, DC - JANUARY 28: White House Chief of Staff Reince Priebus (R) looks on as President Donald Trump speaks on the phone with Russian President Vladimir Putin in the Oval Office of the White House, January 28, 2017 in Washington, DC. On Saturday, President Trump is making several phone calls with world leaders from Japan, Germany, Russia, France and Australia. (Photo by Drew Angerer/Getty Images)

If Trump was wiretapped, FISA may have approved it

There's A Cyber Surveillance Arms Race Raging In The Third World

Tech | Steve Ambrose
Citizen Lab releases a report showing Third World countries using million dollar sypware

Obama Has Spent More Time Playing Golf Than In Intel Briefings

Politics | Neil Munro

Nearly 800 HOURS golfing!!!

Scarborough Interrupts Alex Wagner's Benghazi Denial: 'Don't Insult Our Intelligence'

Politics | Brendan Bordelon

‘You’re saying that doesn’t go to the heart of the matter?!’

CIA hires normal people to predict the future, guesses are MORE accurate than agency experts'

Tech | Giuseppe Macri
The logo of the U.S. Central Intelligence Agency is shown in the lobby of the CIA headquarters in La..

‘They’ve shown that you can significantly improve the accuracy of geopolitical forecasts’

Report: NSA searching emails sent to and from US

Tech | Josh Peterson
Hacker Conferense NSA Chief

In case you weren’t already aware

Fiendish Flipper: Dolphins will rape and kill you [VIDEO]

Video | Sarah Hofmann

These aren’t the cuddly sea mammals we’re led to believe they are

White House denies changing Benghazi intelligence reports

World | Neil Munro
The U.S. consulate in Benghazi, Libya, was aflame after coming under attack. Getty Images.

Spokesman Jay Carney blames intelligence agencies for confusion spread by administration officials

Former Obama intelligence chief says Pentagon should run drone strikes - TheDC

Politics | Josh Peterson

‘Under Pentagon control, U.S. officials would be able to streamline drone operations’

Romney: Release intelligence leaks probe before election - TheDC

Politics | Josh Peterson

Tuesday’s speech was seen as Romney’s first major national security salvo against the Obama campaign

Cyber Security: Like with National Security, Let's Contract Out to People Who Know What They're Doing - TheDC

Opinion | Seton Motley

These contractors should handle all day-to-day Internet security.

Brain size and intelligence linked to specific genes - Fox News

Tech | Josh Peterson

With data from 21,151 people, the researchers were able to link specific genes to variations in brain size.

University studies crowdsourcing for intelligence - The Associated Press

Business | admin

‘Now the nation’s intelligence community, with the help of university researchers and regular folks around the country, is studying ways to harness and improve the wisdom of crowds’

U.S. intelligence wants sweep of Twitter, webcam data - Wired

Tech | InternAdmin

Intelligence Advanced Research Projects Activity says plan will not predict events in U.S.

Study: nicer, smarter people live longer - TIME

| interns

According to a new academic paper, mean people die earlier than smart, conscientious types

Study harder, live longer - TIME

| interns

Study shows people who are smart and conscientious live longer than those who are less intelligent

Study: Beautiful people likely smarter, too - NYDN

| Laura Donovan

Who says you can’t have beauty and brains? A study found that attractive men and women generally have higher IQ’s

Yemen: Al-Qaida turncoat alerted Saudis to plot - AP

US | admin

A Saudi militant who had joined al-Qaida in Yemen, told Saudi officials about last week’s mail bomb plot on US targets

MENSA craves young brains - USA Today

US | interns

American Mensa says 42 percent of new members in 2009-2010 were ages 29-49; in the past decade, membership of people under 30 has grown 63 percent