Secret Service agent pleads guilty to bitcoin theft, Denver drops weed from county fair, and drunk golfer gets head stuck in bin.
The Rwandan intelligence chief recently arrested in Britain over alleged war crimes initially arrived in London to meet the head of the UK Secret Intelligence Service (SIS), commonly known as MI6, the BBC reported Thursday.
William Friedkin‘s film To Live and Die in L.A., released in 1985, is a compelling and vividly stylish ’80s thriller featuring William Peterson, Willem Dafoe, and John Pankow in the story of two Secret Service agents on the trail of a counterfeiting operation. Show More Summary
It's no secret that I'm a fanboy when it comes to Lufthansa first class. The rest of the airline I don't feel quite as fondly about, from their old business class to their new business class. But their first class experience is phenomenal,...Show More Summary
Azure Key Vault helps safeguard cryptographic keys and secrets used by cloud applications and services. By using Key Vault, you can encrypt keys and secrets (such as authentication keys, storage account keys, data encryption keys,.PFX files, and passwords) by using keys that are protected by hardware security modules (HSMs). Key Vault streamlines the key […]
Turkish citizen suspected of committing cybercrimes was transported from Germany to the US by the US Secret Service, the Department of Justice announced on Wednesday.
Intelligence agencies should not cross the boundaries of legal framework, the head of the Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe (PACE) told Sputnik on Wednesday amid a high-profile NSA eavesdropping scandal.
Gerard Butler returns as secret service agent Mike Banning to dispense a good beating in the first photo from 'Olympus Has Fallen'.
After narrowly escaping North Korean terrorists in Olympus Has Fallen, Secret Service agent Mike Banning (Gerard Butler) is back for more world-saving in London Has Fallen. He accompanies the President (Aaron Eckhart) to the funeralShow More Summary
The Trade in Services Agreement (TISA) could potentially have a dramatic impact on our telecommunications sector.
US regulators are currently investigating a group of hackers they think broke into corporate email accounts to access confidential insider information they could use to make profitable stock market trades.
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On Fox & Friends Saturday, Newstwerp Tucker Carlson had some Deeply Apolitical Thoughts on President Obama’s shocking politicizing of last week’s massacre in Charleston, reviving a completely original NRA talking point from 2013: IfShow More Summary
If you ever eat at one of Danny Meyer’s restaurants (Shake Shack, Union Square Café, Gramercy Tavern or one of his many other winners), I expect that the food was to your liking. And I suspect even more strongly that the service you'll receive from the professionals who work for [...]
The horrifying Charleston shootings, in which a 21-year-old white supremacist allegedly murdered nine people during a prayer service at a traditional African-American church in South Carolina, have once again ignited a national debate about the regulation of handguns and other dangerous firearms — including on Fox News. Show More Summary
When you're the President of the United States, you're surrounded at all times -- by aides, by press, by Secret Service, by crowds. It's a bubble that's hard to escape. That's what makes the people with whom you surround yourself inShow More Summary
Fox News host Tucker Carlson argued over the weekend that President Barack Obama should have to give up his armed Secret Service security detail if he was going to be pushing for gun control. On Saturday’s edition of Fox & Friends, Carlson suggested that the president had used the recent...
This fine feral rooster lives in Ybor City: So does this good-looking feral hen: We’re watching “Kingsman: Secret Service.” Meh. You? This space reserved for your ad.
I’m just leaving this here. This dick doesn’t need me to pile on. He claims to be with the 33rd (?) out of the Pentagon and he works with the Secret Service. The fellows who confront him say he was panhandling on the street.
Shaun Bridges' stealing spree was the impetus for DPR's first murder-for-hire.