The inspector general’s latest report on FISA implementation at the FBI is not as bad as it looks, but it’s not good either.
The indictment of Michael Sussmann is far removed from the supposedly grave FBI misconduct Durham was supposed to reveal. It’s also a remarkably weak case.
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By the time we founded Lawfare, there had been years of debate, policymaking and court decisions on the legal legacy of Sept. 11, yet the big questions all still seemed open.
It’s hard to imagine a successful counterterrorism campaign in the years that followed Sept. 11 without the invasion of Afghanistan, which played a decisive role in dismantling what had become a major and persistent threat to American lives.
Lawfare has a new executive editor.
Ransomware amounts to an ongoing tax by foreign gangs on U.S. governments and industry. If U.S. companies are going to pay extortionate taxes to foreign non-state entities, they should at least have to file a tax return.