A judge ruled yesterday that the NSA's mass collection of Americans' phone records is likely unconstitutional.Judge Andrew Napolitano, a vocal critic of the NSA, weighed in this morning on Fox and Friends.
Monday, U.S. District Court Judge Richard Leon ruled that the NSA’s collection of phone records likely violates the Fourth Amendment.
Could NSA leaker Edward Snowden receive amnesty from the United States? The NSA is reportedly mulling the possibility of offering Snowden a deal to return to the United States in exchange for the rest of the classified documents that he stole.
General Keith Alexander, Director of the NSA, testified this week that he knows of no better way to protect America from foreign threats than with spy programs that collect billions of phone and Internet records from around the world.
Judge Andrew Napolitano reacted this afternoon to a new Washington Post report about just how massive the NSA's surveillance dragnet has become. The NSA reportedly collects nearly 5 billion records a day to track cell phone locations overseas, including of Americans traveling abroad.
What will Google barges off the coasts of San Francisco and Maine be used for?
The NSA is denying reports that it eavesdropped on phone calls in and out of the Vatican during the papal conclave earlier this year. The report was published by Italy's Panorama magazine, but it did not identify the source of the information.
A new report claims President Obama did not know that the NSA was spying on German Chancellor Angela Merkel. Peter King reacted today on America's Newsroom.
The Office of the Director of National Intelligence has taken the unusual step of declassifying more than 100 pages of documents, which reveal how the National Security Agency scooped up as many as 56,000 emails annually over three years and other communications by Americans with no connection to terrorism
In a news conference Friday afternoon, President Obama pledged to conduct 'appropriate reforms' to the NSA surveillance program.
Reuters is reporting that a secret unit within the Drug Enforcement Adminstration has been funneling information obtained from intel intercepts, wiretaps, informants, and phone records into criminal investigations of Americans not suspected of terrorism.