James H. Hyde
James H. Hyde

James H. Hyde is a member of the Task Force on National and Homeland Security. He has been a journalist since 1983, and covers politics, national security (threats to the U.S. electric grid), and terrorism. He won a Jesse H. Neal Award in 1986, has served as managing editor of three magazines, written two syndicated columns, authored one book and is working on a series of others. Follow James on Twitter @jameshhyde and Facebook james.h.hyde1.

What We Know About The Russia-Clinton Uranium One Deal So Far Is Crazy Enough

This massive global corruption case implicates the very U.S. presidential candidate who projected similar nefarious activities onto her opponent.

If You Regret Your Early Vote, Four States Will Let You Change It

So far, 22.5 million people have voted early. Some of those folks now have voter’s remorse thanks to new information about Hillary Clinton’s email scheme.

How North Korea Could Make Good On Its Promise To Erase The United States

It wouldn’t require a nuclear weapon. And it may be more imminent and real a threat than most Americans are willing to realize.

Not Even Watergate Had As Much ‘Forgettery’ As The FBI’S Clinton Report

The same weekend the FBI releases a summary of an unrecorded interview with Hillary Clinton, she slips up and contradicts the document when talking with reporters.

Does WikiLeaks Have Hillary Clinton’s October Surprise?

Julian Assange, WikiLeaks’s founder and editor-in-chief, may become the nemesis who could scuttle Hillary Clinton’s bid for the White House.