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Ex-NSA Chief Keith Alexander Says JPMorgan Hack Proves U.S. Financial System Is 'Vulnerable'

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

‘They just sent a real message: ‘You’re vulnerable’

FBI, NSA Investigating Whether Russia Hacked U.S. Banks To Retaliate For Sanctions

Attacks left digital evidence of government involvement

NSA Built Its Own Secret Google To Search And Share Billions Of Calls, Emails

‘A one-stop shopping tool’ to search emails, web chats, calls, etc.

FISA Court Orders Government To Release Opinion Justifying Bulk Phone Data Collection

Alexander speaks alongside Inglis, Clapper and Cole at a House Intelligence Committee hearing on Capitol Hill in Washington,

Court seeks to ‘enhance public understanding’

The Phony Scandal Presidency

U.S. President Barack Obama speaks to reporters about new sanctions imposed on Russia as he departs the White House

There’s nothing phony about a world on fire and a domestic policy in shambles.

Edward Snowden's Russian Asylum Expires Today

Protesters supporting Snowden hold a photo of him during a demonstration outside the U.S. Consulate in Hong Kong

‘We hope that the issue will be resolved today or tomorrow’

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

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’

Apple Denies Building Back Doors For Government Surveillance

‘We have designed iOS so that its diagnostic functions do not compromise user privacy and security’

The Clown Car of Freedom And The Administration's National Security Circus

U.S. President Barack Obama makes remarks on the economy at the Georgetown Waterfront Park in Washington

Team Obama has no idea what they’re doing, but they’re putting on quite a show.

Don't Want The NSA To Spy On You? Use A Typewriter

Germany takes their cue from Russia and gets typewriters to facilitate digital security

Muslim-Americans Fed Up With Obama Administration

‘We should not allow the White House to white wash the Muslim community and make it seem like everything is fine’

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’

Snowden: Can I Stay In Russia A Bit Longer?

He’s not Russian to leave

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’