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In a 67-32 vote -- called earlier than expected -- the upper chamber agreed to pass the USA Freedom Act, effectively ending
As 12:01 a.m. rolled around Monday morning, the United States intelligence apparatus was left asking: now what? It’s a broad
The National Security Agency has told Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.) that it can not answer his question about whether it collects information on members of Congress because doing so would violate the law.
President Barack Obama met with 16 members of Congress for more than an hour at the White House on Thursday to discuss surveillance reforms, just days before he is to disclose changes he wants in response to leaker Edward Snowden's revelations.
Under Sanders' definition, "spying" includes gathering metadata from personal or official phones, along with“any other data
Good old George can stop spinning in his grave. Yes, our most heroic general and inspiring president, who warned us in his farewell address "to guard against the impostures of pretended patriotism." It's an alert that's been ignored in the nation's hysterical reaction to the attacks of 9/11.
Views of Snowden are mixed as well. A Quinnipiac poll released Aug. 1 found that 55 percent of Americans considered him more