Rep. Lauren Boebert (R-CO) was asked to leave a performance of “Beetlejuice” in Denver after other theater-goers alleged she was being loud, recording on her phone and vaping during the show.
An increasingly invasive trove of data is available for law enforcement to track people seeking care that's now banned in many states.
Chinese Minister of National Defense Wei Fenghe declined Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin’s request for a phone call.
Trump called for Biden to shoot down a suspected spy balloon this week, but has not discussed his own administration's experiences with similar craft.
China said the U.S. shooting down a suspected spy balloon was a "serious violation of international practice," and threatened repercussions.
One of the places the balloon was spotted was Montana, which is home to one of the nation’s three nuclear missile silo fields at Malmstrom Air Force Base.
A Trump-appointed judge said the self-anointed poll guards' heavy-handed tactics aren't enough to curtail their First Amendment rights.
Two Democrats on the Senate Intelligence Committee say the CIA has a secret, undisclosed data repository that includes information collected about Americans.
Decades of discriminatory profiling and government surveillance have eroded trust, vilified Muslim Americans and traumatized a community.
An internal letter distributed amongst Google employees argues that the tech giant "should not be in the business of profiting from racist policing.”