By ABC News

Dec 11, 2014 8:22am

Vivint Statement to ABC News

When ABC News first contacted Vivint about its investigation, the company declined an on camera interview but provided the written statement posted below. Since ABC News’ initial inquiries to Vivint this summer, a company spokesperson told ABC News, “Vivint has received fewer than five complaints… Read More »

Nov 21, 2014 12:58pm

Statement From Bumbo International

[Editor's Note: The following is a statement from Bumbo International provided to ABC News in the course of its Recall Roulette investigation.] Bumbo International worked closely with the Consumer Product Safety Commission to publicize information that restraint belts, which are designed to provide an added… Read More »

By ABC News

Nov 21, 2014 6:56am

Craigslist Statement to ABC News

[The following is an email received by Chief Investigative Correspondent Brian Ross from William C. Powell, a government relations officer for Craigslist, during ABC News' "20/20" Recall Roulette investigation.] Brian, Your request for an interview with [Craigslist founder] Craig Newmark was forwarded to me. Craig… Read More »

Nov 20, 2014 11:40am

CIA Praise, of Sorts, for Glenn Greenwald’s Book on Edward Snowden

A CIA reviewer has halting praise for journalist Glenn Greenwald’s book on the Edward Snowden affair, calling it the book “the most complete, though far from the most objective account” of the leaker who exposed the National Security Agency’s widespread surveillance programs. The review, written… Read More »

Nov 18, 2014 3:22pm

Early Predator Drone Pilot: I Had Bin Laden in My Crosshairs

A year before he was the first pilot to ever unleash a Hellfire missile from a Predator drone in combat, airman Scott Swanson said he was at the controls of another Predator back in 2000 when a man believed to be Osama bin Laden was… Read More »

Nov 4, 2014 5:25pm

Army Lost Nearly $420M-Worth of Equipment in Afghanistan

The U.S. Army lost nearly half of a billion dollars-worth of equipment in Afghanistan, a new report from the military’s watchdog says. Late last week the Department of Defense’s Inspector General published the summary of an audit report it conducted for fiscal year 2013 and… Read More »

Oct 30, 2014 1:06pm

Classified: Military Suddenly Doesn’t Want You to Know How $61B Afghan Training Is Going

If you’re curious what America is getting for its multi-billion dollar effort to train and equip local security forces in Afghanistan, sorry, that’s now classified. In its most recent quarterly report to Congress, the Special Inspector General for Afghanistan Reconstruction (SIGAR) sharply criticized a new… Read More »

Oct 3, 2014 12:34pm

Report: ISIS Puts Literal Price Tags on Abducted Girls

Members of the terror group ISIS are literally putting price tags on abducted women and girls to sell them as merchandise in a major Iraqi city, according to allegations cited in a new United Nations human rights report. “UNAMI/OHCHR received a number of reports that… Read More »

Sep 29, 2014 6:25pm

CEO Indicted for Spyware App That Records Calls, Nearby Conversations

For the first time criminal charges have been brought against a suspect for allegedly advertising and selling spyware for the iPhone, Android and Blackberry – software that’s purportedly capable of intercepting phone calls, text messages and emails, and even eavesdropping on offline conversations happening within… Read More »

By ABC News

Sep 25, 2014 12:33pm

F-22 Raptor Carried US Flag on Maiden Combat Mission Into Syria

By KELLY KLEBER One of the F-22 Raptor fighter jets that went on the fleet’s first ever combat mission in Syria carried an American flag into battle, according to a mid-air photograph snapped of the plane just after the mission. The photo was taken from… Read More »