Blackwater Security Contractor Found Guilty, Again, in Deadly 2007 Iraq Shooting
The verdict was the second time a jury had found Nicholas A. Slatten guilty in an episode that outraged Americans over what many saw as a military mission with no clear strategy.
India Proposes Regulation to Force Tech Platforms to Censor the Web and Shatter Security
Following in the footsteps of the European Union and Australia, the government of India now wants to rewrite its laws to censor content and weaken encryption. If allowed to move forward, India’s new proposals would require many web platforms to remove illegal…
NYPD Will Use Drone Technology in First for New Year’s Eve Security
Thousands upon thousands of people are expected to pack into New York’s Times Square for the annual New Year’s Eve ball drop, as they have for more than a century. But this year will mark the first that the city’s officials will deploy drone technology as par…
A Conflicted War: MS-13, Trump and America’s Stake in El Salvador’s Security
U.S. investment is guiding the fight to contain the violence in El Salvador, even as President Trump hurls insults and threatens to walk away.
Upheaval in National Security, Government and the Markets: Here’s the State of Play
The news is too much to fit in one story. Here is a rundown of the state of play, with links to our in-depth coverage for further reading.
Ex-Senate Aide Gets 2 Months in Prison for Lying to F.B.I. About Contact With Reporter
James Wolfe was the director of security with the Senate Intelligence Committee for more than 28 years. He pleaded guilty in October to one count of making a false statement to the F.B.I.