In an exclusive interview with The New American, Rand Paul provides some insight into his positions on both foreign and domestic issues.
Google is challenging the federal government over gag orders on data requests, asserting that it has a constitutional right to speak about information it has been compelled to hand over to the government.
Four people were sentenced in Indiana for their part in a 2008 vote fraud scheme to put Barack Obama, Hillary Clinton, and John Edwards on the ballot.
It’s bad enough the federal government spies on us. Must it insult our intelligence too?
President Obama's secret CIA hit squad is detailed in Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist Mark Mazzetti's book The Way of the Knife.
Three other NSA whistleblowers were asked on Friday what they thought about Edward Snowden's revelations about the surveillance state in the United States and each was relieved that someone had finally been able to break through and reveal the truth.
A proposed ObamaCare regulation would require insurance exchanges to share individuals' personal health information with a variety of state and federal agencies.
The Supreme Court ruled on Monday that an Arizona law requiring proof of citizenship for voters is illegal.
Though most media have almost disregarded out of hand the government’s daily violations of the Fourth Amendment, they don’t like it when journalists are spied upon.
Texas Gov. Rick Perry has signed a bill designed to protect the rights of students, teachers, and others to celebrate Christmas and other religious holidays in public schools.