Pentagon Lies About Training Airmen From Country Accused of War Crimes for Combat Missions

Newly released documents show that the U.S. has been secretly training airmen from the United Arab Emirates (UAE ), a major partner in the Saudi-led coalition that is waging war on the poorest nation in the Middle East.

A U.S. Marine teaches Saudi Naval Forces how to use a MG-42 machine gun during exercise Red Reef 15. Rome M. Lazarus | US Marine Corp

The United States’ role in the devastating war on Yemen has been more involved than previously reported, marking the second time in recent months that the U.S. military has been caught red-handed doing things that they had long claimed they weren’t. Newly released documents show that the U.S. has been training airmen from the United Arab

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Internet Users Crowdfund Release of 4,358 CIA MKUltra Documents

Black Vault, a website that publishes government documents, appealed to the internet for help after the CIA refused to waive the fee it was demanding to release the documents.

A redacted CIA document showing Sidney Gottlieb's June 9, 1953 letter approving an MKUltra sub-project on LSD. Photo | Public Domain

A crowdfunding campaign has succeeded in raising the funds necessary to pay a Freedom of Information Act request fee for documents related to the CIA’s controversial MKUltra program. John Greenewald of Black Vault, a website that publishes government documents, appealed to the internet for help after the agency refused to waive the $425 fee it

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Civil Rights Groups Push for Release of DHS ‘Race Paper’ on Surveillance of Black Activists

“Given the long-standing and unconstitutional pattern of state surveillance of black-led political movements, it bears repeating that FOIA is about transparency, not protecting government agencies from embarrassment.”

A young boy holds his fist up while wearing tape over his mouth during a Black Lives Matter protest at an entrance to Lenox Square Mall in Atlanta, Saturday, Sept. 24, 2016, in response to the police shooting deaths of Terence Crutcher in Tulsa, Okla. and Keith Lamont Scott in Charlotte, N.C. The Black Lives Matter chapter of Atlanta is boycotting major retailers following the recent police shooting deaths involving black men.

The Department of Homeland Security has refused to release any version of a report that the agency’s Intelligence and Analysis Office produced and referred to as the “Race Paper.” In response, the Center for Constitutional Rights (CCR) and Color of Change, one of the United States’ largest racial justice organizations, filed a motion to force

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New Documents Reveal FBI’s «Cozy» Relationship with Geek Squad

New documents obtained by the Electronic Frontier Foundation show that the FBI maintained a close relationship with Best Buy, and used their Geek Squad employees as paid informants.

Geek Squad Agents cheer the arrival of a "tricked-out" Geekmobile from West Coast Customs at Geek Squad City, Dec. 7, 2012 in Louisville, Ky. (Photo: Joe Imel/Invision/AP)

Throughout the past ten years, the FBI has at varying points in time maintained a particularly close relationship with Best Buy officials and used the company’s Geek Squad employees as informants. But the FBI refuses to confirm or deny key information about how the agency may potentially circumvent computer owners’ Fourth Amendment rights. The

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Secret Documents Reveal Mubarak’s Plan to Resettle Palestinians in Egypt

According to the documents, Mubarak was responding to an American request when he made his offer.

, Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak, right, shakes hands with former Israeli Prime Minister Shimon Peres at the Sharm el Sheikh resort in the Sinai peninsula for talks on the Middle East peace process, Oct. 1996. (AP/Mohamed El-Dakhakhny)

Secret British documents have revealed that deposed Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak had agreed to resettle Palestinians in Egypt over three decades ago. According to the documents, obtained exclusively by the BBC following a Freedom of Information Act disclosure request, Mubarak was responding to an American request when he made his offer. The

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New Documents Show Extent Of Domestic Surveillance Under Executive Order 12333

Rights group warns Americans «exercising their legitimate free-expression rights» are at risk of «discriminatory» or «arbitrary» monitoring.

A reflection of the Department of Homeland Security logo in the eyeglasses of a cybersecurity analyst at the watch and warning center of the Department of Homeland Security's secretive cyber defense facility in Idaho Falls, Idaho.

Human Rights Watch is calling for a congressional inquiry into an executive order aimed at the warrantless monitoring of U.S. citizens and permanent residents after obtaining new documents that raise serious and troubling concerns about the extent of such surveillance. The human rights group used the Freedom of Information Act to obtain training

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