Confidant of president says he has not heard back from House intelligence committee as ranking Democrat Adam Schiff questions conduct of Republican chair
Here’s a look at five of the most notable bribery cases in politics — and how much it took for lawmakers to sell out.
For the 2016 fiscal year, President Obama officially proposed a $14 Billion dollar budget dedicated to protecting the government from cyber crime. Can the United States stop cyber crime?
The following video shows an undercover FBI sting involving an informant wearing a hidden camera in an effort to incriminate his colleague. The U.S. oil executives in the footage were charged with trying to pay a bribe to win business …
U.S. officials say three teenage girls from Colorado may have been trying to get to Syria to link up with Islamic State extremists. WSJ takes an exclusive look at some of the tweets posted to one of the girl’s accounts …
The telecom says it’s on track to get fewer government requests than in 2014, but it still far outpaces requests made to Google or Facebook.
Executives from over a dozen microcap companies — also known as “penny stock” companies — allegedly accepted a corrupt bargain offered to them in an FBI sting operation. WSJ’s Jason Bellini diagrams how “Operation Pennypincher” worked.
Ahmed Abu Khattala pleaded not guilty to one terrorism charge stemming from his alleged involvement in the 2012 Benghazi attacks.
The U.S. government requests thousands of orders for electronic surveillance every year, and the vast majority stay sealed from the public. The Wall Street Journal explains the process.
Police and FBI agents in Kansas City believe at least a dozen random shootings in the area over the last month could be connected.