The Daily Caller

The Daily Caller

NSA Whistle-Blower: Obama's Authority To Label 'Terrorists' Is The Same Rule The Nazis Issued In 1933

‘It contributes to law enforcement, not intelligence against terror. That’s the whole point’

Edward Snowden Leaks Onto The Cover Of Wired, Reveals Autonomous NSA Weapon

‘How can we as the public trust the NSA with all of our information?’

NSA Tried To Delete Court Transcript In Lawsuit Over Deleting Evidence

‘The government’s attempt to change this history was unprecedented’

Snowden Granted Three Years Of Asylum, Still 'Very Useful' According To Russians

File photo of NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden, an analyst with a U.S. defence contractor, being interviewed by The Guardian in his hotel room in Hong Kong

‘As a consultant on how the NSA works, he is very useful’

Ex-NSA Head Keith Alexander Defends Million-Dollar Cyber-Security Consulting

‘I’m a cyber guy. Can’t I go to work and do cyber stuff?’

Journalist Sues NSA For Former Head Keith Alexander's Financial Records

Agency failed to acknowledge multiple requests

Former NSA Chief Justifies Charging $1 Million A Month For Cyber-Security Expertise

General Keith Alexander arrives at a Senate Appropriations Committee hearing in Washington

Former spy chief plans to revolutionize cyber-security

Senate Unveils New NSA Reform Bill To Privacy Advocate And Silicon Valley Praise

‘The most significant reform of government surveillance authorities since Congress passed the USA PATRIOT Act 13 years ago’

Edward Snowden Is Running Out Of Time To Cut A Deal With NSA, Spy Agency Reports

‘As time goes on, his information becomes less useful’

NSA Reform Bill Likely To Surface In Senate Next Week

An illustration picture shows the logo of the U.S. National Security Agency on the display of an iPhone in Berlin

USA Freedom Act to get vote ahead of August recess

Senate 'Within Inches' Of NSA Reform Ahead Of August Recess

U.S. Senator Patrick Leahy is joined by representatives as they announce legislation to restore key provisions of the Voting Rights Act, in Washington

Bill will reportedly create ‘clear cut guidelines of what [intelligence agencies] can and cannot do’

Russia Will Likely Extend Snowden's Asylum Because 'His Life Is Endangered'

‘I see no problem in prolonging the temporary asylum’

Silent Circle App Protects Calls From Government Snooping

The Blackphone, an Android software-based mobile which encrypts texts, voice calls and video chats, is displayed after being launched during the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona

New service provides encrypted calling to protect your conversations

China Accuses US Of Spying, Starts Banning US Tech Goods

A demonstrator from the pro-China "Caring Hong Kong Power" group protests outside the U.S. Consulate in Hong Kong

Without a hint of irony

NSA And FBI Targeted Muslim-American Leaders Under Terrorist Surveillance Authority

Muslim-Americans prepare to hand out pamphlets challenging the "Support Israel/Defeat Jihad" advertisement in New York

‘I believe that they tapped me because my name is Asim Abdur Rahman Ghafoor’

Nine Out Of 10 NSA Intercepts Belong To US Citizens, Non-Targets

An illustration picture shows the logo of the U.S. National Security Agency on the display of an iPhone in Berlin

‘None of the hits that were received were relevant’

NSA Spied On U.S. Muslims Like 'Hoover Did On MLK'

‘It will be interesting to see who is on this list’

NSA Caught Peeping On India's Prime Minister

India's PM Modi comes out of a meeting room to receive his Bhutanese counterpart Tobgay before the start of their bilateral meeting in New Delhi

Just doing its job

CIA, FBI Follow NSA Through 'Backdoor' Searches Of Americans

‘It shows how flawed this system is and the consequences of inadequate oversight’

New NSA Director Says Snowden Leaks Don't Mean 'The Sky Is Falling'

U.S. Navy Vice Admiral Michael S. Rogers speaks during a visit to the CID headquarters in Pensacola, Florida

‘I am trying to be very specific and very measured in my characterizations’