by Alan Pyke Aug 7, 2015 Updated: Aug 7, 2015
For years, New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie (R) has been claiming he was appointed to a federal prosecutor job the day before the 9/11 attacks. He wasn't.
by Lauren C. Williams Jul 28, 2015
Remember, remember the 29th of November.
by Lauren C. Williams Jun 30, 2015
The decision takes on an earlier federal appeals court ruling that deemed the government's bulk data collection illegal.
by Lauren C. Williams Jun 2, 2015
Senate comes through in majority vote to end NSA bulk collection program.
by Lauren C. Williams May 22, 2015
"It’s really fascinating because Sen. Mitch McConnell (R-KY) was gambling that he could ram a re-authorization through at the last minute, and he lost."
by Lauren C. Williams May 15, 2015
The House-passed USA Freedom Act evokes feelings of déjà vu as the NSA reform bill heads to the Senate two weeks before the controversial spy programs expire.
by Lauren C. Williams Mar 24, 2015
This bipartisan bill could undo the legal justification for mass government surveillance.
by Lauren C. Williams Feb 28, 2015
The National Security Agency's controversial phone metadata surveillance program reauthorized under the Patriot Act got an extension until June, the Office of the Director of National Intelligence announced Friday.
by Hayes Brown Mar 27, 2014
Privacy advocates almost universally praised the White House's newly announced reforms as a good first start with much further left to go.
by Lauren C. Williams Jan 17, 2014
President Obama announced changes to the NSA surveillance program but kept key provisions intact.