Wonder what kind of NSA commander-in-chief Donald Trump would be? Well, he had a phone console near his bed that could connect to every phone in his Mar-a-Lago estate, reports Aram Roston at Buzzfeed. Several workers told Buzzfeed that Trump used the equipment to secretly listen in on phone calls in the mid-2000s. (more…)
This is potentially very creepy: BuzzFeed’s Aram Roston has a bonkers scoop that four former employees at Donald Trump’s Florida resort Mar-a-Lago say he had a telephone console in his estate bedroom that he used “to eavesdrop on calls...Show More Summary
Aram Roston at Buzzfeed has seemingly uncovered a very cozy link between an NSA official and a government contracting firm. The NSA official, Teresa H. Shea, is director of the Signals Intelligence Directorate, which means she oversees electronic eavesdropping for intelligence purposes. Show More Summary
C4ISR Journal/Defense News's Aram Roston has written this outstanding piece on the Pentagon's efforts to secure foreign hardware for analysis. Roston shines a spotlight onto the secretive world of the Pentagon's Foreign Materiel Acquisition...Show More Summary
The unidentified woman told prosecutors George Zimmerman sexually molested her for a decade, beginning when they were children. Aram Roston reports on the legal relevance of the bombshell.
The administration says three detainees shouldn’t have access to the U.S. courts. Aram Roston reports.
While the country waited to hear the fate of Obamacare, the mood inside the court was tense, hushed—and all business. Aram Roston reports from the belly of the beast.
With the GOP voting to hold the attorney general in contempt and Obama invoking executive privilege, a new war of words is exploding on Capitol Hill. Patricia Murphy and Aram Roston report on the showdown.
Meet the men who tried to get Ronald Poppo off the streets days before the grisly attack. By Aram Roston.
Startling new disclosures in the Trayvon Martin murder case have led the court to revoke his accused killer's bond, reports Aram Roston.
The trove of new documents answers some questions but raises others, reports Aram Roston.
After George Zimmerman shot Trayvon Martin, Aram Roston wanted to see how hard it was to get a concealed-weapon permit.
Homeland Security’s Office of Inspector General, the agency that should be investigating the Colombia prostitute scandal, is itself being probed. By Aram Roston.
Aram Roston reports from the courtroom on what Zimmerman’s testimony could mean for the trial.
In an exclusive report, Aram Roston offers a new inside account of Zimmerman’s story to police.
George Zimmerman was arrested just last week, but already the lawyers are tangling, reports Aram Roston.
Allen Stanford ran a massive Ponzi scheme. But his political donations will be tough to unwind, Aram Roston reports
Israel is pressing for military action against Iran’s nukes. But that may be just what some mullahs want, reports Aram Roston.
Nancy Brinker billed her charity for $133,507 in unclear expenses, Abigail Pesta and Aram Roston report.
Communicating with North Korea has never been easy, as Aram Roston and Tara McKelvey report.