...as Canada's leader braces for what promises to be a bruising reelection campaign ahead of a vote in October, his office has been marred by a blossoming scandal surrounding reports that it pressured the former attorney general into dropping years-old corruption charges against Montreal-based SNC-Lavalin, a Canadian construction company with close ties to Trudeau's party.
China's Huawei uses "dubious" tactics to try to reverse engineer technology from Apple and other competitors in the electronics market...
Huawei has reportedly used similar tactics against companies like Cisco, Motorola, and Akhan Semiconductor. The U.S. Justice Department in fact claims that Huawei has a program that rewards employees for stealing data, with better bonuses based on how confidential information is.
Former Trump campaign informal adviser Roger Stone on Monday posted a picture on Instagram of U.S. District Judge Amy Berman Jackson — the federal judge overseeing his criminal case — with what appeared to be small crosshairs next to her head.
The post on Stone’s Instagram account was quickly deleted.
Leaked photos reveal the extent to which U.S. border facilities are being overwhelmed by the inflow of migrants from Central America and other nations. Breitbart exclusively obtained the photos that are reminiscent of the Obama-era border surge. The images depict a Customs and Border Protection (CBP) processing, detention, and transport facility at a U.S. port-of-entry in El Paso, Texas. According to the source of the images, the photos were taken on February 17, 2019.
The plea from Hoda Muthana, 24, comes following her recent escape from ISIS and capture by Kurdish forces. She is being held in a refugee camp in northeast Syria and told The Guardian in an interview that her last four years with the terrorist group have been a traumatizing experience where “we starved and we literally ate grass."
“I would tell them please forgive me for being so ignorant, and I was really young and ignorant and I was 19 when I decided to leave,” she told the newspaper when asked if she had a message for American officials.
Anonymous ID: ef30da No.5244054 📁
Feb 18 2019 12:53:06 (EST)
James Woods @RealJamesWoods
If these actions were directed against a sitting Democrat president, this would be a Watergate level story in the national media by now. Was there an attempt by an acting DAG to weaponize the DOJ in a presidential coup d’etàt?
Attempt to isolate @ FBI/DOJ?
Do you believe the FBI/DOJ acted alone?
If HRC directed & financed the 'dossier' in order to obtain the 'bulk' so-called evidence in order to generate circular news articles (think Yahoo!) and obtain a FISC sign-off, is it reasonable to think that members of the INTEL APPARATUS, STATE DEPT, WH, FOREIGN ALLIES, ETC. were also involved?
THE BIGGEST SCANDAL IN OUR KNOWN HISTORY [A NEW WORD FOR 'TREASON' WILL NEED TO BE INVENTED].
Why does HUSSEIN continue to 'proudly' state his administration was 'scandal free'?
As Brian Stelter and CNN work overtime to pretend that the MSM didn't uncritically promote Jussie Smollett's absurd "hate crime" claim in a giddy rush to frame Trump supporters as violent, journalist Andy Ngo has pushed back.
In a running thread of hate-crime hoaxes that the MSM either uncritically reported - or gave little attention to once the truth came out, Ngo lists hoax after hoax designed to smear conservatives.
A long-running challenge to the federal law prohibiting handgun sales to out-of-state residents has been docketed with the nation’s highest court.
The legal challenge came from a Washington, D.C. couple — Andrew and Tracey Hanson — who tried to buy handguns from a federally licensed firearms dealer in Texas but could not due to federal law adopted in the 1960s. Together with FFL holder Frederic Mance, the couple joined with gun rights advocates of the Citizens Committee for the Right to Keep and Bear Arms in taking the government on, arguing that since the advent of federal background check systems the law makes little sense.