As self-proclaimed “Interim President” Juan Guaidó attempted to stage a military coup in Venezuela, the country’s U.N. ambassador declared President Nicolas Maduro victorious and called the United States a “rogue nation.”
Even if you disable GPS, deactivate phone location tracking, and turn off your phone, it’s still possible for Google and the NSA to monitor your every move.
A new court filing argues that Google is helping the U.S. government circumvent Fourth Amendment protections in order to conduct warrantless searches.
Local, state, and federal law enforcement are refusing to comply with Facebook’s policy against law enforcement creating fake social media accounts.
A third lawsuit related to claims that Monsanto’s Roundup causes cancer has revealed new details about the cozy relationship between the biotech giant and U.S. regulators.
Donald Trump just signed two executive orders related to removing restrictions and speeding up approval of oil and gas projects while visiting Texas on Wednesday.
The U.S. government is still afraid to reveal the full extent of torture used on terror suspects in the years following the 9/11 attacks, but do the American people even care anymore?
Civil liberties organizations and activists are pushing back against new laws which criminalize protests and free speech related to pipeline projects.
Forget Russiagate: Here Are 5 Real Reasons Trump Needs to Go
It has been sixteen months since the cryptocurrency markets hit historic highs before losing around 80% of those gains. The rapid shift in value has prompted necessary changes in behavior for many of the businesses that blossomed in the wake of the crypto boom.
A new study claims that controversial climate engineering techniques could be employed without harming the planet—but not everyone is convinced.
One day before his confirmation hearing and following the release of a secret recording and thousands of pages of documents, Interior Secretary Nominee David Bernhardt is facing hard questions about his connection the Big Oil Lobby.
A new report from Amnesty International reveals that U.S. air strikes from aircraft and drones have increased in Somalia, resulting in the deaths of at least 14 civilians.
Thanks to the American Civil Liberties Union, Americans now have one more example of the U.S. federal government working with the local authorities to enact a national surveillance grid.
Scientists and ethicists from around the world are warning of the consequences of failing to implement a temporary global halt on gene editing of human eggs, embryos, and sperm.