Bret Baier got a behind-the-scenes look at the National Security Operations Center in the second part of an exclusive interview with outgoing NSA Director Gen. Keith Alexander.
Bret Baier sat down with outgoing NSA Director Gen. Keith Alexander for an exclusive interview, which aired on this evening’s “Special Report.”
As the debate continues over the government's intelligence-gathering methods, outgoing NSA Director Gen. Keith Alexander will sit down with Bret Baier, tonight on "Special Report."
As the debate continues over the government's intelligence-gathering methods, outgoing NSA Director Gen. Keith Alexander will sit down with Bret Baier. Don't miss the exclusive exit interview, tomorrow at 6p ET on Special Report, as Gen. Alexander responds to criticism that the NSA has invaded the privacy of Americans.
Senator Rand Paul (R-KY) announced a class action lawsuit against the National Security Agency’s data collection program.
Is the NSA spying on Congress? Judge Andrew Napolitano sat down with Elisabeth Hasselbeck this morning to react.
NSA director, Gen. Keith Alexander, seemed to skirt around a rather important question during a House Intelligence Committee hearing today. When asked whether the NSA has the ability to listen to phone calls or read emails under the surveillance program, he answered, “No, we do not have that authority.”
In his opening statement at today’s House Intelligence Committee hearing, NSA Director General Keith Alexander asserted that the agency’s surveillance programs have helped prevent over 50 potential terrorist attacks since 9/11.
NSA Director Keith Alexander told Fox News politics producer Chad Pergram that more information would be unveiled to the public during today's hearings on Capitol Hill on NSA surveillance and intelligence collection.
NSA Director Gen. Keith Alexander testified before the Senate that the agency's massive data collection program has saved American lives by disrupting "dozens" of potential terror attacks.