On today's episode of Fault Lines, Garland and Lee talk about the bombshell that fizzled: the Washington Post report claiming President Trump gave the Russians classified info... now denied by Trump and the Russians; plus, Turkey's President visits DC, and the cyberattack is being blamed on North Korea.
TUESDAY: Osama Bin Laden’s son has vowed revenge for his father’s death, but how much of a threat does he pose to security? Coalition talks in the Netherlands breakdown; and, staff at the UK’s Human Rights watchdog begin series of strikes over severe budget cuts.
The term “hacker” was coined by members of a small tight-knit student community at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. But the word’s meaning has changed drastically since it first appeared in the 1960s.
According to Condoleezza Rice
On today’s episode of Double Down, hosts Max Keiser and Stacy Herbert are joined by Valentin Schmid of the Epoch Times to discuss China’s Belt and Road Initiative.
On today's BradCast: coverage of the two (yes, two) most recent (yes, most recent) blockbuster reports regarding the President, as leaked out of the Oval Office.
On today's episode of Fault Lines, Garland and Lee talk about the round of Cyberattacks that impacted 150 countries, plus discuss Korea's latest missile test and how billionaire George Soros is shaking up the US justice system.
On today's episode of Loud & Clear, Brian Becker is joined by William Binney, a former NSA technical director who became a legendary whistleblower; and by Bryan Ford, head of the Decentralized/Distributed Systems lab at the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology in Lausanne.
White Supremacists gather in Virginia to protest the removal of Robert E. Lee statue; Global Ransom Malware Attack.
MONDAY: Merkel’s CDU make gains in regional election ahead of national elections in September; Macron meets Merkel to discuss new vision for Europe; and, a Trump impeachment over Comey?
On today's BradCast: Our friend David Roberts of Vox.com on making sense of Donald Trump's seemingly senseless decision making process - and, somehow, learning to live with it and/or contain the damage.
Who are the mysterious criminals who break into computers and hijack people’s identities? What can be done to avoid such break-ins? Discover the true meaning of the word “hacking". Learn how to protect and defend yourself online. Listen to our special series “Web Safety: How Hackers Steal Your Data and How to Protect Yourself”
In the early days of the Internet there were only a few forms of malicious software – mostly viruses and trojans. The mass distribution of malware was also typical for that era. Nowadays hackers use a variety of new tools, including programs, which are fine-tuned to hunt down a specific victim.
"On today's episode of Loud & Clear, Brian Becker is joined by Aarab Barghouti, creator of “The Salt Water Challenge” and the son of Marwan Barghouti; by activist Dr. Dahlia Wasfi; by activist and author Miko Peled, and by student activist Sapphira Lurie."
AG Sessions overrides predecessor and calls for mandatory minimums, is a special prosecutor viable in Trump-Russia investigation.
Garland and Lee discuss the Lester Holt interview in which the President contradicts the uniform story that his staff has told about the firing of the FBI Director, Attorney General Sessions' plan to double down on failed drug war policies, and the new US China trade deal that ignores the leaching of rust belt jobs to China.
The lingering brouhaha over former National Security Advisor Michael Flynn's relationship with Russia received a second life after former acting Attorney General Sally Yates testified in Congress.
Iranians go to the polls next week in deciding whether to allow incumbent President Rouhani to continue for another term or to replace the reformist leader with a principlist figure.
Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov paid a reciprocal visit to DC to meet with his US counterpart Rex Tillerson in order to pave the way for President Putin's future meeting with Trump.
FRIDAY: UK General Election campaign takes on matters of foreign affairs and the UK’s relationship with US & Saudi Arabia; and, Spanish Parliament vote to exhume body of former fascist dictator General Franco.
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