Not every federal lawmaker is content to step aside and watch impotently as the executive branch erects a prison state with citizens as suspects and subject to constant surveillance.
According to one of his attorneys, NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden will increase his public profile in 2014.
Apple Inc. executives have labeled leadership of the U.S. government's National Security Agency “malicious hackers” and have vowed to fight against reported NSA software hacks of all of Apple's iPhones.
Bill de Blasio, the new mayor of New York City, wants to turn the city into one vast progressive laboratory experiment.
Governor Rick Snyder of Michigan signed into law a bill nullifying the indefinite detention provisions of the NDAA.
Although he is renouncing his Canadian citizenship, questions remain regarding Senator Ted Cruz's constitutional qualification to be president.
Whenever we stand on the threshold of a new year, we are tempted to forget the hazards of prophecy, and try to see what may lie on the other side of this arbitrary division of time.
In the latest explosive twist to the Obama administration’s deadly “Fast and Furious” gun-running scandal, one of the key whistleblowers has now identified the FBI as a crucial player in the infamous 2010 murder of U.S. Border Patrol Agent Brian Terry.
The interventionist establishment is terrified that a reinvigorated Tea Party may prevent new unnecessary wars and foreign military interventions in the coming years, according to an article in Democracy magazine.
A New York judge said the NSA's warrantless surveillance of all telephone records is legal though it "imperils the civil liberties of every citizen."