Reason’s Nick Gillespie makes an interesting case but I don’t buy it.
A filing in an unrelated case has apparently revealed the existence of a sealed indictment against Wikileaks founder Julian Assange.
A long-overdue overhaul of the way the United States vets those who access classified information is underway.
The statute of limitations has expired. But he should never have been asked the question to begin with.
A potentially controversial commutation from President Obama today.
A treasure trove of documents from a law firm in Panama could prove problematic for a large group of international leaders.
The Director of the F.B.i. told Congress today that the San Bernardino shooters were apparently radicalized much earlier than previously believed.
A Federal Judge has ruled that the N.S.A. metadata collection program is unconstitutional, but it’s unclear if the ruling will have much of an impact.
The American people don’t believe that liberty should be sacrificed in the name of security, but their leaders largely don’t care.
Director of National Intelligence now tells Congress that he testified falsely about NSA spying because he forgot the program existed.
A Federal Appeals Court has ruled that the N.S.A.’s data mining program is illegal, but its ruling may not have a very big impact.
Yet another probable rift between the U.S. and Israel over Iran.
Law enforcement remains unhappy about the recent changes that will make it harder to break into a locked smartphone.
The US intelligence community is gambling that it can be more efficient through a public-private partnership than going it alone.
The NSA and FBI are doing more spy stuff.
For the first time, Edward Snowden is talking to the American media.
Thanks to Edward Snowden, the Washington Post and the Guardian are Pulitzer Prize winners.
Bill Clinton seems far more understanding of Edward Snowden than the current President
If something is going to be done about an out of control National Security State, it’ll be because the American people demand it.
President Obama is rewarding unqualified hacks who raised huge sums for his campaign with ambassadorships.
The Cold War may be over, but the negative opinions in the U.S. regarding Russia and its leadership seem to have continued.
John Boehner explains quite succinctly why nothing big is getting done in Congress.
The “paper of record” joins the call for some kind of deal with Edward Snowden.
.Many have tried to justify N.S.A. data mining on the theory that it could have prevented 9/11. Is that true?
Another Federal District Court ruling on the Constitutionality of the NSA’s data mining program, this time more favorable to the NSA.
In a new interview, Edward Snowden explains his motives for absconding from the country with NSA secrets.
Does a determination that NSA data collection practices are likely unconstitutional mean that Edward Snowden’s actions were, in some sense, justified?
For a year that seemed to start out so well, 2013 has been among the President’s worst of this five years he’s been in office.
Without a deal of some kind, it’s quite likely that Edward Snowden will remain beyond the reach of U.S. law enforcement or some time to come.
Not surprisingly, Time’s editors chose Pope Francis as Person Of The Year. However, Edward Snowden arguably would have been the better choice.
The Justice Department is reportedly not planning to prosecute Wikileaks founder Julian Assange in connection with the Bradley Manning case.
NSA Director General Keith Alexander really doesn’t like the idea of a free press.
The latest revelations about National Security Agency surveillance outside the United States have caused quite an uproar overseas.