3 hrs ago | Sunday Mail
Traders work on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange, which US officials say was the target of a proposed terror attack.
3 hrs ago | The Leaf-Chronicle
The director of the National Security Agency said Tuesday the U.S. government's sweeping surveillance programs have foiled some 50 terrorist plots worldwide, including one directed at the New York Stock Exchange, in a forceful defense of spy operations that was echoed by the leaders of the House Intelligence Committee.
3 hrs ago | The Leaf-Chronicle
From left to right: Deputy Attorney General James Cole ; Chris Inglis, deputy director of the National Security Agency; Gen.
7 hrs ago | Reuters
The Republican head of a congressional panel on Tuesday said officials are concerned that former U.S. contractor Edward Snowden's continued efforts to speak out and release intelligence information pose more risk for the United States.
8 hrs ago | Asbury Park Press
USA NOW video: Shannon Rae Green speaks with USA TODAY world editor William Dermody regarding today's G-8 summit.
9 hrs ago | The Daily Caller
Domestic spying capabilities used by the National Security Agency to collect massive amounts of data on American citizens could soon be available to the Department of Homeland Security - a bureaucracy with the power to arrest citizens that is not subject to limitations imposed on the NSA.
Like most spooks, past and present, we've been watching the NSA affair with a great deal of interest--and more than a little concern.
China called on the US to explain a surveillance program that was revealed by former National Security Agency contractor Edward Snowden, whose whereabouts the White House said remain unknown after he fled to Hong Kong.
Udall said Sunday that he's "skeptical" that the NSA's ability to collect telephone records is effective.
Of the 17 days between now and the July 4 holiday, President Obama will spend only six of them stateside - with nearly back-to-back trips to Europe and Africa taking up much of his time.
Top officials from the Obama and Bush administrations say the government's newly exposed secret surveillance programs have been essential to disrupting terrorist plots and have not infringed on Americans' civil liberties.
Sen. Marco Rubio said the Senate's bipartisan immigration bill is ready to go as written, for the most part, except for a few minor changes that are needed during an interview on ABC's This Week .
Such a fate seems possible for President Barack Obama. During his first term, critics and an obstructionist House of Representatives did everything they could to derail his presidency.
Edward Snowden is a traitor, not a hero, Rep. Mike Rogers said Sunday, and the Michigan Republican warned that there are still serious questions that must be answered about the 29-year-old National Security Agency leaker's relationship with China.
U.S. Rep. Mike Rogers' decision against entering next year's Senate race slightly disappointed local Republicans, but it didn't shock them.
The danger of hyperventilation among liberals and some conservative libertarians is a more clear and present danger than the possibility of unconstitutional searches of telephone numbers and other data points by the U.S. government.