CNN: Secret Service implements tougher penalties after probe finds agents were on phones and missed intruder at national security adviser's home — The US Secret Service implemented tougher disciplinary measures after preliminary findings from an internal investigation found agents missed an intruder …
By Evan Perez and Jamie Gangel, CNN (CNN) — The US Secret Service implemented tougher disciplinary measures after preliminary findings from an internal investigation found agents missed an intruder at national security adviser Jake Sullivan’s home in part because they were using their personal phones, people briefed on the matter said. Secret Service Director Kimberly
On Monday, National Security Council spokesman John Kirby claimed that the Biden family’s overseas business schemes were not a threat to national security. If only that were true.
“The entire Taiwan policy of the United States is built on a series of internal tensions,” Sullivan said.
A Secret Service probe found that agents guarding a top Biden official’s home didn’t notice an intruder on the property because they were on their phones, according to a report.
National security expert, John Hannah, a former national security adviser for Vice President Cheney, has recently warned of China’s growing cyber capabilities. After a classified US intelligence leak revealed China’s plans and efforts at constructing weapons to take out enemy satellites, Hannah is arguing that China’s strategy is attempting to hinder, damage, and even destroy US satellite …
A Secret Service investigation found that agents missed the intruder in a Biden official's home because they were on their phones, CNN reported.
The author of a Southern Poverty Law Center report that labels parental rights organizations as extremist hate groups met earlier this year with Biden National Security Council officials, according to White House records.
The son of Democratic megadonor George Soros has met repeatedly at the White House with a top Biden national security adviser, a pattern that suggests the Soros family has used its high-level political access to promote both their domestic and international priorities.
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Since 2016, Democrats have talked nonstop about the threat to our democracy posed by foreign espionage. At least, that is, when it comes to Republicans and Russia. For the first time since the McCarthy era of the early 1950s, counterintelligence features prominently in our politics. But while Democrats have grown infatuated with using counterintelligence as a political cudgel to beat Republicans, they are much less interested in the hard work of catching and deterring foreign spies.
The Biden administration proposed a rule to force companies doing business with the Pentagon to reveal their emissions totals and set “science-based” carbon-reduction goals