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Home Prices Cooled Down at Fastest Pace in ‘History of the Index’

U.S. home prices decelerated at a record pace in July, despite remaining elevated compared to a year back, according to S&P Dow Jones Indices.

Snowden Gets Russian Citizenship

President Vladimir Putin has granted Russian citizenship to US National Security Agency (NSA) whistleblower Edward Snowden, Russia’s TASS news agency confirmed on Monday.

How Did America Survive Without an Espionage Act?

For some 140 years, the United States did not have an Espionage Act.

Former Bush, Obama CIA Director ‘Agrees’ That Republicans Most Dangerous Extremists He’s Ever Seen

Former NSA and CIA Director Michael Hayden agreed with a statement by Financial Times columnist Edward Luce that Republicans are the most dangerous group he’s ever seen.

An Endless Stream of Scary Official Enemies

Any government that is a national-security state needs big official enemies — scary ones, ones that will cause the citizenry to continue supporting not only the continued existence of a national-security state form of government but also ever-growing budgets for it and its army of voracious “defense” contractors.

Michael Flynn Files $50 Million Claim Against Feds in Prelude to Lawsuit Over Russia Probe

Former Trump national security adviser, retired general alleges "malicious prosecution," "political motivation" and "abuse of process" by FBI, DOJ, the Obama White House and Special Counsel Robert Mueller.

Former Intelligence Officials, Citing Russia, Say Big Tech Monopoly Power Is Vital to National Security

A group of former intelligence and national security officials on Monday issued a jointly signed letter warning that pending legislative attempts to restrict or break up the power of Big Tech monopolies — Facebook, Google, and Amazon — would jeopardize national security because, they argue, their centralized censorship power is crucial to advancing U.S. foreign policy.

UK Judge Formally Approves Julian Assange’s Extradition to the US

UK District Judge Paul Goldspring has formally approved journalist and WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange’s extradition to the US to face charges about information that he published through WikiLeaks more than a decade ago.

U.S. Bars Ex-spies From Becoming ‘Mercenaries,’ Following Reuters Series

A new law bans the United States' former spies from hiring themselves out to foreign governments right after they stop working for Washington.

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