US Expels 10 Russian Diplomats Over SolarWinds Hack

More than a year after the SolarWinds hack connected to Russia exposed many government agencies’ Internet files, the Biden administration said it will sanction more than 30 Russian officials and entities, expel 10 diplomats from the United States, and set new restrictions on buying sovereign debt in response.


ISIS Still a Focus of Counter-Terror Vigilance in U.S.

While the U.S. government devotes increasing resources to investigating right-wing terrorism, the FBI still has 1,000 open and active investigations of ISIS supporters in all 50 states, according to terrorism expert Seamus Hughes, author of “Homegrown,” a new book on ISIS activities in America.


Canada Promised to End Solitary, Report Finds Otherwise

Less than two years after Canada passed legislation promising to end solitary confinement in federal prisons, the Correctional Services of Canada began a new practice — Structured Intervention Units (SIUs) — which experts say in a new report is no different than the detrimental confinement practices now outlawed.