Longtime former director of security for the Senate Intelligence Committee, James A. Wolfe, was indicted and arrested Thursday night on charges of giving false statements to FBI agents in 2017 about repeated contacts with three reporters, according to the Washington Examiner. Jim Wolfe, a longtime former director of security at the SenateRead More →

By Jennifer Lynch So why do we know so little about it? The U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS) is quietly building what will likely become the largest database of biometric and biographic data on citizens and foreigners in the United States. The agency’s new Homeland Advanced Recognition Technology (HART)Read More →

Trump vows to ‘straighten out’ G7 trade ahead of tense meeting (Reuters) With Kim, Trump trusts his gut over note cards (Reuters) First Argentina, Then Turkey, Brazil. Now South Africa Reels (BBG) These Are the Dealmakers Behind Trump and Kim (BBG) Trump Scorns ‘Unfair Trade’ at G-7, Maps Plan toRead More →

Aid, Development & Aid, Europe, Featured, Food & Agriculture, Global, Headlines, Health, Humanitarian Emergencies, Labour, Migration & Refugees, Population, Poverty & SDGs Pulses are good for nutrition and income, particularly for women farmers who look after household food security, like those shown here at a village outside Lusaka, Zambia. Credit:Read More →

Authored by Ana Berman via CoinTelegraph.com, Venezuelans’ interest in buying Bitcoin has increased significantly over the last three months, Criptonoticias news outlet reports Wednesday, June 6, citing data from the LocalBitcoins exchange. Venezuela experienced its first cryptocurrency boom in early 2017, when a record volume of 805 bitcoins exchanged in a weekRead More →

President Trump is again demonstrating he doesn’t need the cooperation of Congress to implement some of his core campaign promises, like securing America’s borders. Case in point: Reuters reports today that US authorities are transferring roughly 1,600 ICE detainees to federal prisons over the objections of immigration advocates and human-rightsRead More →