NSA

  • Getting ready for 2014

    12/24/13 1:44 PM Comment

    Donnelly interview December 23, 2013

  • Snowden: NSA mission already accomplished

    12/23/13 10:47 PM

    Snowden told The Washington Post in a story published online Monday night he has "already won" because journalists have been able to tell the story of the government's collection of bulk Internet and phone records.

  • Inside Washington - Dec. 22, 2013

    12/22/13 11:40 AM

    In Sunday's final edition of the show, Gordon and the panel looked back on several decades of news that was dissected and discussed, including Congress over the years.

  • U.S. releases more documents on surveillance origins

    12/21/13 9:02 PM

    The director of national intelligence on Saturday declassified more documents that show how the National Security Agency was first authorized to start collecting bulk phone and Internet records in the hunt for al-Qaida terrorists.

  • AT&T takes step to reveal dealings with NSA

    12/20/13 8:19 PM

    AT&T Inc. says it will publish reports on the number of requests for customer information that it receives from law enforcement agencies, the latest move in the telecommunications industry toward fuller disclosure amid debate over government surveillance programs.

  • The NSA Review

    12/19/13 7:11 PM Comment

    Leighton interview December 18, 2013

  • The NSA decision

    12/19/13 7:05 PM Comment

    Mahoney interview December 17, 2013

  • Obama considering NSA recommendations

    12/19/13 6:53 AM

    President Obama is considering a long set of recommendations on how to alter the role of the National Security Agency in the wake of the spying scandal.

  • White House task force urges limit on NSA snooping

    12/18/13 11:23 PM

    A presidential advisory panel has recommended sweeping changes to government surveillance programs.

  • James Madison 'aghast'? Virginia scholars chuckle

    12/18/13 7:59 AM

    Constituion framer's name is invoked by judge in ruling that deems the NSA's phone tracking almost certainly unconstitutional.

  • NSA phone surveillance is 'likely unconstitutional,' judge rules

    12/17/13 6:29 PM

    A federal judge ruled Monday that the National Security Agency's bulk collection of phone records violates the Constitution's ban on unreasonable searches, but put his decision on hold pending a near-certain government appeal.

  • Obama defends NSA after report on cell phone tracking

    12/5/13 7:44 PM

    In a taped interview aired Thursday on MSNBC's "Hardball with Chris Matthews," Obama says the people who want to hurt the U.S. communicate using modern technologies available on cellphones. He says to do a good job protecting the country, the U.S. needs to "keep eyes on some bad actors."

  • NSA tracking cell phone locations worldwide, documents reveal

    12/4/13 9:55 PM

    The National Security Agency tracks the locations of nearly 5 billion cellphones every day overseas, including those belonging to Americans abroad, The Washington Post reported Wednesday.

  • 'Thank you, Ed Snowden' bus ads could roll out next week

    11/20/13 12:22 PM

    The Partnership for Civil Justice Fund, a group that advocates for the securing and protection of civil rights, free speech and dissent, says that their "Thank You Ed Snowden" ads will be revealed next week.

  • Government Matters - Nov. 17, 2013

    11/19/13 3:39 PM

    The future of DISA, tech lobbying, the fallout from the NSA scandal and the importance of IT management are all on tap in this week's edition of Government Matters.

  • NSA, cybersecurity operations roles may split

    11/7/13 1:41 PM

    The White House is considering a proposal to split the work of the single military commander who now oversees both the National Security Agency and cybersecurity operations.

  • Edward Snowden's clemency plea rejected

    11/4/13 6:44 AM

    The White House and the leaders of the congressional intelligence committees are rejecting former National Security Agency contractor Edward Snowden's plea for clemency.

  • NSA surveilllance: John Kerry says NSA went too far

    11/1/13 4:57 PM

    Secretary of State John Kerry's remark that some National Security Agency surveillance "reached too far" was the first time a high-ranking Obama administration official acknowledged that U.S. snooping abroad might be seen as overzealous.

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