Matt Sledge on Liberties
An intel lawyer (probably NSA, CIA or ODNI) claims tracking U.S. cellphone locations doesn't violate the Fourth Amendment. Weren't the Founding Fathers paranoiac revolutionaries who would have been scared out of their buckskin breeches by a government tracking our every move?
Andy Stepanian, a former CMU inmate, talks with Josh about being held under incredibly high restrictions, as well as how he thinks he was more of a criminal than more than two-thirds of the men that were there.
The update revealed that between 1,000 and 1,999 of the internet search giant's users were affected by between 0 and 999
File this one under curiouser and curiouser: a controversial Green Berets center meant to train soldiers in "cross-cultural
On Saturday my colleague Ryan Reilly's long report on the history -- and future -- of the prison camp at Guantanamo Bay was
The lawyers in the long-running Handschu civil rights lawsuit against the NYPD have made a new filing -- this time, over
Kelly Ayotte, Lindsey Graham, and John McCain will have five minutes on Wednesday to explain why a lawsuit targeting the
Welcome to the second term. In his inaugural address yesterday President Obama gave a big shout out to three important civil
Journalist Ted Gup in a New York Times op-ed says "The C.I.A. invokes secrecy to serve its interests but abandons it to burnish