It was Judge Andrew Napolitano vs. Stuart Varney this morning on Fox Business Network in a heated debate on NSA surveillance and the Constitution.
Rep. Peter King (R-NY) returned to America's Newsroom today, telling Bill Hemmer why he believes NSA surveillance is critical to preventing terror attacks.
Sen. Rand Paul took on Dick Cheney last night On the Record with Greta Van Susteren, saying the former VP is mistaken when it comes to NSA surveillance programs.
Ron Paul says he’s not buying the NSA’s claim that its surveillance program foiled 50 terror plots. The former congressman and presidential candidate told Neil Cavuto today that he believes the NSA “fudged the figures.”
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.”
FBI Deputy Director Sean Joyce detailed certain terrorist plots stopped because of the controversial NSA program that collects private data from American citizens, including plots to bomb New York's subways and stock exchange.
Sean Joyce, Deputy Director of the Federal Bureau of Investigation, detailed certain terrorist plots stopped because of the NSA program embroiled in controversy over surveillance gathered from American citizens.
Deputy Attorney General James Cole explained the specifics of the NSA’s surveillance program and stressed, "We don't listen in on anybody's calls under this program at all.”
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.