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James Cullum has 210 articles published.

James Cullum
Multimedia journalist James Cullum has reported for over a decade to newspapers, magazines and websites in the D.C. metro area. He excels at finding order in chaotic environments, from slave liberations in South Sudan to the halls of the power in Washington, D.C.

Military Defeat ‘Will Not Eliminate’ ISIS as a Force, Ambassador Warns Congress

In Syria, Iraq, “we can expect ISIS to go to ground and wait for more favorable circumstances,” predicts Crocker.

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#RealDeal Interview: Tor Project Should Block Worst Offenders, Says Dark-Web Researcher

“Overall, a big chunk of it appears to be shocking crimes,” Owenson says after in-depth study of content on anonymous browser.

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#RealDeal Interview: Dealing with Dark Web Excesses Becoming ‘Increasingly Important’

“This is an inherently dynamic space — the players, the technologies, what works, what doesn’t work changes over time,” explains Eric Jardine a visiting professor of political science at Virginia Tech.

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Is Tor Doing More Harm Than Good? Experts Weigh Costs of Dark Web

Browser project has been criticized for shielding drug dealers, child pornographers, and other nefarious individuals.

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Nielsen Presses for $47.5 Billion Budget Request to Confront ‘Unacceptable’ Trends

DHS secretary tells House Homeland Security Committee that immigration loopholes are like telling burglars they can stay in the house.

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McAleenan: Streamlined Hiring Process Helps Hike CBP Workforce as Border Concerns Grow

“Unfortunately, the cartels understand the weakness of our immigration laws all too well,” says House Homeland Security chairman.

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700 Immigration Judges with Quotas ‘Would Eviscerate Backlog,’ Says EOIR Director

Bar Association calls DOJ control “a fatal flaw to the reality – and perception – of independence.”

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Zukunft to Lawmakers: ‘Imperative for Polar Icebreakers Goes Well Beyond Breaking Ice’

Russia and China assertiveness in the Arctic and offshore interdiction need adequate budget, commandant says.

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Espionage on Campus: Lawmakers Weigh Foreign Actor Threat at Universities

“Many in academia have been unwilling to take any defensive measures,” charges House chairman.

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