Do we really need to spend such a mind-bogglingly huge amount of money on surveilling the world (and the American taxpayers) to find a terrorist-needle in a global-haystack?
There's a lot of talk about Russia's hostility to America, thanks to their apparent interference in the 2016 U.S. election. But in the grand scheme of things, Russia is small potatoes.
KGB-era "active measures" are still being used by Russian intelligence agencies today, according to experts.
Charges of treason are often used incorrectly in today's political climate. Treason has a very specific definition in the U.S. Constitution.
The Middle Ages see a resurgence of interest among the alt-right and some conservative thinkers.
Russian government officials propose legislation to ban the sale of cigarettes to anyone born after 2015.
The work of Kremlin-approved philosopher Alexander Dugin provides key insights on the longterm strategy behind Russian hacks of the American elections.