Russian authorities have extended a residence permit for U.S. intelligence contractor Edward Snowden, who leaked thousands of secret documents from the National Security Agency. Foreign Ministry spokeswoman…
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Israel’s prime minister has reportedly removed Fiji from his itinerary of next month’s Australasia tour.
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Andrew Little taps the former Police Association president to run.
Police have agreed to change the way they request personal information from companies following privacy concerns.
Back in December, we wrote about how the CIA, in response to our lawsuit and Mike Best’s diligence, would be placing its previously-inaccessible CREST database online. Today, we’re happy to announce that all 25 years worth of declassified documents are now available – no trip to the National Archives required.
A wealth of CIA documents reveal a US fascination with our politics, race relations and a nuclear concern.