What It Means For Whistleblowers Now That Snowden Leaks Categorized As Financial Loss March 11, 2014
By attaching a monetary figure to the damages that Snowden is allegedly responsible for, the administration may be trying to solicit support gaining redress.
Military Sexual Assault Reform Bill Fails Filibuster By Frederick Reese
Senate blocks Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand’s bill to take sexual assault cases out of the military’s chain of command and put into the hands of military lawyers.
House Oversight Screaming Match Shows How Dysfunctional Congress Has Become (Video) By Frederick Reese
Rather than get to the truth in an IRS investigation, a House Oversight hearing devolves into a screaming match on Wednesday.
Pres.’s Proposed Budget Finds Challenges Among Reps., Dems. By Frederick Reese
President Obama’s $3.901-trillion budget was dead-on-arrival when it hit the House.
Popular Website’s “Cyber-Hostage” Experience Reflects Growing Presence Of DDoS Attacks By Frederick Reese
Carrying out a distributed denial of service (DDoS) attack is relatively cheap and easy, but it’s costing businesses more and more every day.
Report: 10,000 Militant Attacks On Schools From 2009-2013 By Frederick Reese
The Global Coalition to Protect Education from Attack recently released a report detailing attacks on school and education around the world from 2009 to 2013, highlighting areas where educational facilities have been deliberately targeted.
Pharmaceutical Industry Rolls Back Dr. Speaker Fees By Frederick Reese
The pharmaceutical industry seems to be spending less on speaker fees, but it hasn’t stopped influencing doctors and other medical personnel.
Native American Tribe Adopts Bitcoin As Official Currency By Frederick Reese
The Oglala Lakota Nation lives in one of the most economically-depressed parts of the U.S., and are hoping MazaCoin will pull the tribe out of poverty.