During the past decade, the United States has taken extraordinary measures in fighting terrorism all across the globe.
Al-Qaeda's English language magazine, which last month labeled the Boston bombers as "great brothers," was reportedly hacked by U.S. intelligence agencis to make content unreadable , according to the Washington Post.
The unprecedented leak of top-secret documents by National Security Agency contractor Edward Snowden raises far-reaching questions about the government's rush to outsource intelligence work to contractors since the Sept.
One of the staunchest critics of government surveillance programs said Tuesday that the national intelligence director did not give him a straight answer last March when he asked whether the National Security Agency collects any data on millions of Americans.
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Senate Intelligence Committee Chairman Dianne Feinstein, D-Calif., speaks to reporters briefly Monday about recent revelations of broad intelligence gathering by the National Security Agency.
An Anonymous Official revealed to Ellen Nakashima of the Washington Post that it was U.S. intelligence operatives who "covertly sabotaged a prominent al-Qaeda online magazine last month."
Washington Post's Ellen Nakashima reports in a story revealing that the U.S. tampered with online copies of the magazine, known as Inspire.
Rep. Adam Schiff, D-Calif., plans to introduced legislation Tuesday that asks President Obama and Congress repeal the broad authority for the use of military force in the war on terror.
The spying administration of President Barack Obama is determined to keep snooping into the lives of any and all Americans while it considers charges against the government contractor who leaked the story to a British newspaper reporter.
APPLE EVENT: NEW SOFTWARE, MACBOOKS, MUSIC SAN FRANCISCO -- Apple announced a digital radio service, new MacBook laptops and updates to its operating systems for Mac and mobile devices Monday.
The Obama administration faced fresh anger Monday at home and abroad over U.S. spy programs that track phone and Internet messages around the world in the hope of thwarting terrorist threats.
Debra Fine lived to tell of her encounter with a heavily armed gunman who killed five people and wounded her and others in a Santa Monica rampage.
The Obama administration began discussing Monday whether the Assad regime's rapid military advance across the heart of Syria necessitates a drastic U.S. response, with officials saying a decision on arming beleaguered rebels could happen later this week.