Republicans Warn Reauthorization Of NSA Surveillance Tool Will Be Hard After Flynn Leaks

Politics | Kerry Picket
'Doesn't that leak hurt our national security?'

Republicans Mull Over Whether To Reauthorize Key FISA Amendments

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

‘All it would take is a few Republicans joining with the Democrats’

Congress Seek Answers On NSA's New Powers

Politics | Kerry Picket

‘This is a very scary time for those of us who believe in a constitutional democratic republic’

New York Times: Trump Wiretaps In January Report Did Not Need Warrants

Politics | Kerry Picket

‘a process that requires no warrants’

Top Lawmakers Want To Know Why They Were Never Briefed On Trump Investigation

Politics | Kerry Picket
'These are issues that should have been brought to the gang of eight'

'Think About This, If You're Barack Obama...' -- Judge Napolitano Shines A Light On Wiretapping

Politics | Christian Datoc

‘Are you going to bother to get a warrant?’

Report: Putin Considers Sending Snowden To US As 'Gift' To Trump

World | Jacob Bojesson
Former U.S. National Security Agency contractor Edward Snowden appears live via video during a student organized world affairs conference at the Upper Canada College private high school in Toronto, February 2, 2015. REUTERS/Mark Blinch

‘For Russia, this would be a win-win’

Fifteen Years After 9/11, The Bureaucratic Bull's-Eye Remains

Opinion | Lloyd Billingsley
A man runs past the 9/11 Empty Sky memorial across from New York's Lower Manhattan and One World Trade Center in Liberty State Park in Jersey City

The attack September 11, 2001 resulted in bigger and more numerous government agencies. But vast bureaucracies are a weakness in national security.

Former CIA/NSA Director Hayden: 'I Would Lose Respect' For China, Russia 'If They Hadn't Penetrated Clinton's Server'

Politics | JP Carroll

Discusses Trump, Clinton, Snowden, Russia, and U.S. relationship with China

Napolitano: If Hillary Becomes President There Will Be 'A Lot Of Antipathy' From Intel Community

Politics | Steve Guest

‘Fear’ from Intel community about Clinton presidency

Napolitano: If Apple Breaks iPhone Encryption, The Chinese Will Know How 'In Less Than A Week'

Politics | Steve Guest

Once encryption paradigm is broken ‘forget about it, nothing will be private, nothing will be sacred’

Why Did The Government Prosecute This Original NSA Whistleblower?

Daily Caller News Foundation | Richard Pollock

FOIA lawsuit seeks answers

American Citizens And The Israeli Military: Together As Victims Of The NSA

Opinion | Scott Krane

Why would America spy on Israel?

America's Former Top Spy: OPM Hack Was Totally 'Legitimate'

World | Erica Wenig

Says he would’ve done the same thing

Patriot Act Expires, Senate To Hold Mid-Week Vote

Politics | Kerry Picket

Rand Paul held off reauthorization as long as he could

Rand Paul: My Opponents 'Secretly Want' Terror Attack 'So They Can Blame It On Me'

Politics | Al Weaver

‘People think I’m making a huge mistake’

Rand Paul: Nothing Political About My Attempts To Kill The Patriot Act

Politics | Kerry Picket
Sen. Rand Paul

‘…fight terrorism without giving up our liberty’

The Road Less Traveled: Surveillance Reform

Opinion | Nathan Leamer
WASHINGTON, DC - JANUARY 17: Alli McCracken joins activists protesting the surveillance of U.S. citizens by the NSA outside the Justice Department where U.S. President Barack Obama gave a major speech on reforming the NSA January 17, 2014 in Washington, DC. Obama was expected to announce reforms including a requirement by intelligence agencies to obtain permission from a secret court before utilizing access to telephonic data gathered on U.S. citizens. (Photo by Win McNamee/Getty Images)

Politics is the art of the possible, and surveillance reform is no different.

Phone Surveillance Must End

Opinion | Sheldon Richman

Government must not be allowed to gather information on everyone simply because it has the technological means to do so.

Privacy Protection And Security: We Can Have Both

Opinion | Lanny Davis
An undated aerial handout photo shows the National Security Agency (NSA) headquarters building in Fort Meade, Maryland. REUTERS/NSA/Handout/Files

We are again facing the fallacy of the false choice.