The FBI could soon have the power to access a person's internet browsing history without a warrant in terrorism investigations.
Fox News viewers know by now that perhaps no one feels more strongly about the NSA's infringement on personal privacy than Judge Andrew Napolitano. And on Special Report's "Center Seat" Thursday night, GOP presidential candidate Carly Fiorina was pressed by Napolitano about her views toward government surveillance.
Was Rand Paul a winner or a loser in his fight against the NSA's mass surveillance? Judge Andrew Napolitano sat down with Stuart Varney to weigh in this morning.
Sen. Rand Paul and Judge Andrew Napolitano responded this morning to proponents of NSA bulk surveillance, arguing that a more focused surveillance program could have stopped the Boston Marathon bombing.
New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie (R) tore into GOP senators Rand Paul and Mike Lee this morning for their criticism of the Patriot Act.
A federal appeals court ruled this morning that the NSA cannot collect the phone records of millions of Americans under the current Patriot Act. Judge Napolitano reacted this morning to the ruling.
New radar equipment allows police officers to see through walls into a person's home, triggering concerns among privacy advocates. The radars allow law enforcement officers to detect even the slightest motion on the other side.
A new report is calling attention to a secret Justice Department surveillance program in which airplanes can be used to intercept cell phone communications. The "dirtbox" technology acts like a cell phone tower and is able to scan thousands of phones searching for a suspect. In the process, however, the plane is also pulling in the data of everyone else in that target area.
An upstate New York sheriff's deputy has resigned and faces charges following the release of a video which allegedly shows him slapping a man.
Greta Van Susteren asked former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton about the IRS targeting controversy. Previously, President Obama has labeled it as a “phony scandal.”
Judge Andrew Napolitano reacted this morning to the NBC News interview with NSA leaker Edward Snowden, who showed no remorse for breaking U.S. law to leak a trove of classified documents outlining the NSA's massive surveillance program.
Congress is set to move on a bill that was intended to rein in the surveillance powers of the NSA. The House will vote on a measure today, but critics like Judge Andrew Napolitano have called out lawmakers for seriously watering down the bill.