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It seems somewhat sinister that any private citizen could use an unmanned aerial vehicle for no legitimate purpose. We already have the government spying on us. Do we need our neighbors stalking us as well?
Comey was also asked about a recent report from the American Civil Liberties Union that argued the FBI was abusing its power
This week's stunning news that the FBI is using drones as a surveillance tool in the United States almost veered into black comedy -- certainly ripe for a song parody, or rather a parody-song-medley.
FBI Director Robert Mueller told the Senate Judiciary Committee that the FBI is using drones for surveillance, but standards for their use were still being developed.
The authenticity of the information could not be immediately verified, and one former FBI agent speculated to ABC News that
The FBI and the NYPD: Where's the love? The New York police commissioner is irked because federal officials failed to brief him on the latest version of al-Qaeda's underwear bomb plot.
WASHINGTON -- It is a scenario that many officials in Washington say keeps them awake at night: a cyberattack against critical
The New Jersey FBI head who publicly criticized the NYPD's widespread spying on Newark's Muslims had the green light from FBI headquarters for a rare rebuke of NYPD Police Commissioner Ray Kelly.
In 2010, a video purportedly showing Levinson in captivity was sent to his family by his alleged captors. In March 2011, the
Because Kelly commands the police department of 9/11-scarred NYC, the country's highest government and law enforcement officials seem afraid to level with the public about Kelly and his terrorism policies.
WASHINGTON -- FBI Director Robert Mueller has accepted a recommendation to update the way the law enforcement agency defines
"I do not know in the information we seek from wireless carriers or what have you - and I'm not talking about Carrier IQ
In a recent survey by the Police Executive Research Forum, nearly 80 percent of the 306 police departments that participated
Carol Tracy is executive director of the Women's Law Project, which has been pushing the FBI to change its definition for
Sen. Jay Rockefeller (D-W.Va.) called Tuesday for U.S. authorities to look into the privacy invasions after reports the paper
FBI Director Bob Mueller glanced at the black chronograph he wears Marine-style, the face inside his wrist. It was 7:38 a.m
So was Senator Chuck Schumer sincere or mischievous in announcing that he would push Ray Kelly for the job of FBI director?
"The idea that the FBI would be given more powers when it's already been abusing lesser powers is, to put it mildly, appalling
Revelations of the FBI's "COINTELPRO" prompted a national outrage that forced the Department of Justice to enact limits in 1976 curtailing the Bureau's various abuses. Today, these problems are back.
It is an established fact that without the supply and distribution routes there would not be a porn, drugs or weapons industries with its manifold jutting tentacles.