FBI Director Comey directly contradicted Clinton’s public claims regarding the private server and her email practices while serving as secretary of state.
Though evidence of “potential violations” was uncovered, the agency concluded “no reasonable prosecutor” would bring a case against Clinton.
A Senate report concludes FBI employees, including those in the intelligence community, “enjoy no legal protection for making reports of wrongdoing”
The Office of the US State Department Inspector General released a report that is heavily critical of Hillary Clinton’s use of a private email server.
Entrapment has often been used as a weapon against Muslims in order to bolster the government’s claim that there is a widespread “threat” of terrorism.
The lawsuit demands redress for muslims placed on the No Fly List and “falsely stigmatized as ‘known or suspected’ terrorists.”
A federal appeals court ruled that an FBI whistleblower, who reported fraud and sexual misconduct involving prostitutes, was wrongfully terminated in 2010.
On February 16, a federal magistrate judge ordered Apple to help the FBI hack into the San Bernardino shooter’s phone.
A Washington, D.C. court decision blocks efforts by the FBI to make whole categories of records exempt from the Freedom of Information Act.
For the first time, a federal court lifted a National Security Letter gag order. Although they’ve been ruled unconstitutional by federal courts multiple times in the past, this important ruling makes it possible for the owner of a now-defunct non-profit internet service provider to openly talk about the FBI’s request