How far did Tehran go to avenge the deaths of 290 civilians at the hands of the U.S. Navy?
It turns out that Sidney Powell and Mike Flynn were even more unhinged than they seemed
The counterintelligence aspects of this infamous assassination remain surprisingly unexplored, yet they raise troubling questions about the role of the…
Did Moscow pull off Operation TRUST 2.0 against us? We need to know the full story.
The late Friday afternoon news dump is a venerable tradition in our nation’s capital, when the bureaucracy releases information just as the normals are…
For four years, the super-secret National Security Agency, America’s biggest and most powerful spy service, loomed on the shadowy edges of the Trump ad…
Big things don’t just disappear, do they? They’re certainly not supposed to in our modern and networked age when electronic communications and global p…
One month ago today was the 20-year anniversary of Al-Qa’ida’s 9/11 attacks on Manhattan and the Pentagon, which killed almost three thousand people an…
How the Beltway Swamp learned the wrong lessons from our 1990s interventions and paved the way for our dismal 9/11 wars
Yesterday delivered several national security bombshells meriting discussion. First, we go to Washington, DC, where the much-anticipated Congressional …
Five months ago, Top Secret Umbra asked a pointed question: How many American spies have to die before the U.S. government does something about the so-…
It has slowly begun to dawn on the American public that, contrary to government assurances over the past year-and-a-half about “flattening the curve,” …