“StingRay” surveillance devices found near the White House
Israel’s leader is denying a report claiming his government planted surveillance devices around Washington, D.C., including near the White House. The devices, known as “StingRays” could have been used to spy on administration officials. Jeff Pegues reports.
EU Ambassador Gordon Sondland expected to testify in upcoming week
The House impeachment inquiry, which burst into public view last week, is about to pickRead More
Russian troops take command of U.S. airbase in northern Syria
In northern Syria, Russian troops have taken command of a U.S. airbase — and withoutRead More