If you want more detail on the various National Security Agency surveillance programs there’s plenty out there, but clarity from the government is in short supply.
John Brennan went for a virtually unknown person who has no intelligence community experience but who does have the two qualifications guaranteed to make Agency hands uneasy: “White House official” and “lawyer.”
Ideas include reforming top-secret clearance process, an NSA internal affairs unit and regular reviews of old clearances.
Obama on Tuesday also nominated Samantha Power, one of his foreign policy advisers, to succeed Rice at the UN.
James Comey challenged the legality of George W. Bush’s wiretapping program, making him a hero to Democrats.
It’s not solely up to him, and it won’t be easy.
The Obama Administration formally admits to killing four Americans by drone. But the bigger story might be its secret new document guiding future drone strikes
The Republicans, apparently with nothing better to do, are still chasing their tails over the tragic events in Benghazi on September 11.
Do we need to sacrifice privacy to be safer?
Congressmen and the intelligence community are creeping toward each other’s throats over whom to blame for the Boston Marathon bombing.
Can the FBI leverage new technologies and post-9/11 investigative powers to track down the culprit behind the Boston Marathon bombing?
FBI special agent Richard DesLauriers has rounded up Russian spies and traded them for American agents. It’s an experience that could prove useful in capturing the Boston Marathon bomber
“Terrorism” is a politically fraught word. The President’s decision to embrace it has put him on the politically safer side of a linguistic problem that has bedeviled him for years.