While serving in Afghanistan in 2009, Army Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl was captured by the Taliban, who held him prisoner for five years. Then, last year, President Obama arranged a prisoner swap: five Taliban for Bergdahl. This week began a new chapter in the sordid tale.
FBI director James Comey is promising lawmakers a future of gloom and doom — unless Congress moves to prevent Americans from being able to encrypt their electronic devices against unwanted hacking and surveillance.
Automotive tech experts have predicted that the safety of self-driving cars could do away with humans behind the wheel in the near future. But before that happens, automakers appear poised to include new gizmos on regular cars, which will gradually reduce the amount of driver freedom behind the wheel.
Saying the nation’s current vice president is “his own worst enemy,” former Democratic Congressman Barney Frank recently told an interviewer that Joe Biden appears to have done irreparable damage to his own brand.
It’s been worth at least $120,000 (so far) for the Chicago Police Department to keep secret any details of how it uses Stingrays and similar devices that fool residents’ cellphones into handing over their electronic data to law enforcement.
“Last Week Tonight” host John Oliver said municipalities that rely heavily on revenue from fines for minor offenses are making criminals of Americans who can’t afford to pay the fines in addition to the surcharges and fees levied by local governments.
The Republican National Committee has cleverly spotlighted former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton’s recent controversies in a new video parody of the popular Dos Equis “Most Interesting Man in the World” television commercials.
If only there were some off-the-shelf, technophobe-friendly product that would allow members of the president’s cabinet to hide duplicitous emails from the president, the American people and government oversight…
In advance of March Madness, which tipped off this week, millions of Americans, including President Barack Obama and other lawmakers, filled out brackets. On Thursday, two upsets busted the vast majority of those brackets. Will the same thing happen in the 2016 presidential contest?
The Clinton Foundation broke its promise to the White House to disclose a listing of its donors ahead of Hillary Clinton’s stint as secretary of state under the Obama administration.
Watching people cook bacon with muzzle heat is pretty darn entertaining. Videos of firearm/bacon enthusiasts getting culinary during target sessions are racking up views on YouTube.
Another one from the files of the Most Transparent Administration in history: The National Archives and Records Administration (NARA) tried to hide its fear of the Obama White House from the Associated Press — over and over again.
Technology makes the world go ’round, even if it’s a bumpy ride. Just ask Hillary Clinton, who managed this week to appear both computer savvy or technologically challenged.