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.
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.
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.
Sen. Rand Paul called on President Obama to tell Pope Francis that he won't "spy on him anymore."
Judge Andrew Napolitano weighed in this morning on the latest revelations about the NSA. On Tuesday, the Washington Post reported that the NSA has the capability to record "100 percent" of a foreign country's phone calls and can go back and review conversations up to one month prior.
Sen. Rand Paul (R-Ky.) was on “Fox News Sunday” today to discuss his Conservative Political Action Committee straw poll win, the crisis in Ukraine, the NSA and a potential 2016 presidential run.
Sen. Rand Paul (R-Ky.) has filed a lawsuit against the NSA’s domestic spying program.
There are new developments today concerning the controversial NSA surveillance program. An independent review board called on President Obama to stop collecting the cell phone metadata of hundreds of millions of Americans, calling the data sweep illegal.
Judge Andrew Napolitano joined Steve Doocy this morning to react to Friday's speech by President Obama proposing curbs on the NSA's ability to collect massive amounts of cell phone data.
Read a transcript of President Barack Obama's speech this morning in which announced changes to the NSA surveillance program.