nsa phone surveillance

WASHINGTON -- After two weeks of explosive tension, controversial portions of the USA Patriot Act died a slow, albeit temporary
WASHINGTON, May 7 (Reuters) - U.S. Attorney General Loretta Lynch said on Thursday the Department of Justice was reviewing
The existing NSA program has repeatedly been approved in secret by a national security court established under a 1978 law
The legal provision in the Patriot Act, passed under President George W. Bush, that allows for bulk collection is set to
"It has been some time since the Snowden relations, and frankly the rest of the world is watching the U.S. on this issue
"It is imperative that we stand together protecting the Bill of Rights," said Cruz. Paul's objection to the bill helped ensure
"The injury is ongoing on a daily basis." The government is essentially making "an argument that says nobody's got any constitutional
Verizon General Counsel Randel Milch blogged a statement applauding the president's suggestions, but stressed that Congress
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.
"But he's not yet finished with that, and he is still soliciting input, which he did today," Carney added. Even after a report