Conflicts of interests and blurry ethical lines mark nearly everything the Clintons have ever touched. The more that is known about Hillary’s e-mail scandal, the more obvious it becomes that corruption is something of a family trait. The dog-and-pony show that was sold to the American people as an investigation into Hillary’s e-mail may not have resulted in any real action against anyone of Team Clinton, but recently released transcripts of FBI interviews conducted during the investigation shed new light on just how deep the rabbit hole goes.
Hoist by their own petard? (A petard is a small bomb used to blow up fortifications, an especially apt expression at this moment.)
The United States’ first offshore wind farm is going to cost about $17,600 per home it will power and do little to reduce either electric rates or carbon emissions.
Saudi Arabia’s Energy Minister Khalid al-Falih said Monday that OPEC will likely agree on production cuts and that crude oil prices could hit $60 a barrel by the end of the year.
You decide. A simple test seems to confirm Trump's charge that Google is stacking its search engine deck against him and in favor of Clinton.
Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook are all included in the surveillance sweep, and all the updates posted to any one of these popular services will be uploaded to one single database available all day, every day to police.
On October 3, President Obama schmoozed with actor Leonardo DiCaprio on the South Lawn of the White House, telling DiCaprio: “We’re really in a race against time,” to prevent what he perceives as the worst effects of climate change.
Judicial decisions of the federal case with Microsoft reveal that federal agents can seize and search every e-mail of every American without the slightest due process.
The Obama administration's unconstitutional action to transfer Internet stewardship to an unaccountable, international "multi-stakeholder" entity can be reversed.