FBI Used Dossier Funded by Clinton Election Campaign to Spy on Trump Adviser

A six-page memo alleging misconduct by senior FBI officials investigating President Donald Trump's 2016 campaign was released to the public

The FBI and Justice Department engaged in improper and possibly illegal political spying by failing to disclose to a secret surveillance court that evidence used in targeting a Trump campaign adviser was funded by rival Hillary Clinton’s campaign, according to an internal House memorandum made public Friday.

Inside the Ring: Pentagon Sending Stingers to Taiwan

Three Taiwanese soldiers demonstrate a US-made dual mounted stinger missiles during the aerospace and defense technology exhibition at the World Trade Center in Taipei

Amid growing tensions between China and Taiwan over Beijing’s decision to sharply increase aircraft flights along the center of the Taiwan Strait, the Pentagon is preparing to transfer Stinger anti-aircraft missiles to the Taiwanese military in the coming months.

Inside the Ring: White House Eyes New Intel Board

White House

The Trump administration is moving ahead with setting up the President’s Foreign Intelligence Advisory Board, and a chairman and vice chairman have been selected and are being vetted for security clearances.