Former U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder said in a podcast Edward Snowden should have to face consequences for his actions, including prison time
Back in early 2014, then-Attorney General Eric Holder said of Edward Snowden, "He broke the law. He caused harm to our national security and I think that he has to be held accountable for his actions." Well, now Holder's making some news for adding some praise into the mix.
It's Memorial Day, and remembrance events are happening across the country as U.S. troops continue serving in countries like Iraq and Afghanistan. Former Attorney General Eric Holder says Edward Snowden performed a "public service" by...Show More Summary
Former Attorney General Eric Holder is having a change of heart when it comes to Edward Snowden. Back in 2013, Holder told USA Today that Snowden's intelligence leaks led to a "healthy conversation" about the nation's intelligence-gathering activities but held that there was absolutely "no basis" for letting him off the ... More »
WASHINGTON (AP) — Edward Snowden performed a “public service” in stoking a national debate about secret domestic surveillance programs, but he should still return to the U.S. to stand trial, former U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder said in a podcast released on Monday. As a National Security Agency contractor, Snowden leaked classified details in 2013 […]
But Snowden still must be punished for leaking documents, the former Attorney General said
Former U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder appears comfortable speaking a bit more freely now that he’s no longer part of the Obama administration and said that as far as he’s concerned what NSA leaker Edward Snowden did was a “publicShow More Summary
Chicago (CNN) Former U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder says Edward Snowden performed a "public service" by triggering a debate over surveillance techniques, but still must pay a penalty for illegally leaking a trove of classified intelligence documents. Show More Summary
Just days after the Treasury Inspector General for Tax Administration (TIGTA) announced the arrests of five individuals made in what has been characterized as an “ongoing investigation” into the scams, the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) issued a warning about a new scam making the rounds. Show More Summary
During a stop in Fargo Thursday, May 19, 2016, at The Village Family Service Center, Attorney General and gubernatorial announced his plan focusing on reforming incarceration to reduce corrections spending and to work on strategies to...Show More Summary
The Senate Armed Services Committee has crafted a bipartisan plan to streamline the military's Balkanized command chain, including reducing the number of generals by 25%.
From the Washington Examiner: Last September, the DHS Inspector General confirmed that several Secret Service agents accessed information about Chaffetz, now chairman of the House Oversight Committee, from an application he submitted for a job at the Secret Service in 2003. This information was also “wrongfully” leaked to the press. Of the 57 agents that […]
Nearly 150 years have passed since General John Logan, national commander of the Grand Army of the Republic, issued an order designating May 30 as a day to honor those who had fallen in defense of our country. Gen. Logan's order called...Show More Summary
Drivers for ride-hailing services such as Uber, Lyft, and HopSkipDrive are generally safer than the average American driver, according to a new study by automotive analytics firm Zendrive and research firm Aite Group. The research compared data collected anonymously from the smartphones of about 12,000...
Ofcom has published a consultation following its review of the postal market. The review finds that: The universal postal service is financially sustainable, while current rules and safeguards for postal users are generally working well. Royal Mail’s current return on sales is at the lower end of the 5-10% range which Ofcom considers to be […]
As a general in World War II, President Dwight D. Eisenhower intimately knew how to lead and manage the armed forces. After years of public service, he prepared to leave his position as the Commander in Chief with a final farewell address...Show More Summary
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Categories: Industry Analysts, Industry News, Services and Indirect Spend, Services Procurement & Contingent Labor, Services Procurement & Contingent Labor Management, Technology Tags: Contingent Workforce & Services, General News, L1 KellyOCG recently hosted around 10 industry analysts to hold briefings and discussions with key KellyOCG executives. Show More Summary