As the Obama administration cancels aid to Egypt, questions arise regarding the relation of that decision to the ouster of the Muslim Brotherhood.

Does the president's use of military operatives to conduct the missions in Libya and Somalia point to a reduced dependence on drones?

Al-Qaeda leader Nazih Abdul-Hamed al-Ruqai — known by his alias, Anas al-Libi — has been captured in a raid in Tripoli, Libya.

Think state and local law enforcement aren’t watching you with high-tech federally-owned drones? Think again.  Electronic Frontier Foundation reports that Customs and Border Patrol revealed that it regularly loans its fleets of Predator drones to the military and law enforcement.

On October 1, Governor Jerry Brown signed into law a bill nullifying indefinite detention under the NDAA.

JBS CEO Art Thompson's weekly news video update for Sept. 30 - Oct. 6, 2013.

When the United Nations Security Council agreed to enforce a chemical arms ban in Syria, it was a significant step toward establishing the United Nations as a global police force.

On September 21, the Department of Homeland Security tested a new facial recognition system at the 6,000 seat Toyota Center in Kennewick, Washington, during the season home opener of the Tri-City Americans, a junior hockey team in the Western Hockey League.

Last weekend’s hostage-taking — and the murder of at least 62 people — at the Westgate Shopping Mall in Nairobi, Kenya, has its roots in the U.S. government’s intervention in Somalia, which began in the 1990s.

President Obama’s half-brother, Malik Obama, may be added to Egypt’s terror watch list as a result of his alleged ties to the Muslim Brotherhood. 

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