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.
Edward Snowden says he's not a hero or a traitor. Bill Hemmer got Judge Andrew Napolitano's take on that, and Ron Paul's concern that a drone strike could be used against Snowden.
Video from 2006 shows then-Senator Joe Biden saying you cannot trust the president and vice president with the power to monitor Americans' phone calls.
Ron Paul spoke out on Fox Business Network, raising the possibility that a drone could be used to kill NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden.
Will NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden face charge of treason, espionage, both or neither? Judge Andrew Napolitano discussed the government's choices with Megyn Kelly.
Bill O'Reilly stopped by Fox and Friends and America's Newsroom to discuss his new book, Kennedy's Last Days, the NSA whistleblower controversy and the many Obama administration scandals.
NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden checked out of a Hong Kong hotel and is now in hiding, while Guardian reporter Glenn Greenwald says more stories are on the way about NSA spying.
Judge Andrew Napolitano believes NSA leaker Edward Snowden is an American hero.
Did James Clapper lie to Congress about NSA surveillance on Americans? Megyn Kelly discussed the topic with John Bolton.
Edward Snowden, a 29-year-old computer technician, has been identified as the source of a massive leak of classified NSA documents related to the U.S. surveillance program.
We heard from Judge Andrew Napolitano this morning on America's Newsroom on NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden.
Lawmakers across both parties are voicing their concerns over the many moving parts of the recent revelations that the NSA collected phone and computer data of millions of Americans. Over the weekend, the man responsible for the controversial data-mining leak was identified and told his story to the UK's The Guardian in a video interview. Twenty-nine-year-old Edward Snowden remains hunkered down in a Hong Kong hotel room, where he fled after deciding to reveal what he knew about covert operations at the government agency where he worked.
If there's one question being asked across all forms of media today, however, it is this: is Edward Snowden a hero, or a traitor?