Edward Snowden's father and the family attorney challenged statements made by President Obama.
What is it with Republicans anyway? Why, when public sentiment is shifting in their favor, do they form a circular firing squad and begin taking pot shots at each other?
In his Aug. 9 press conference, President Obama seems to have paved the way for a government admission that the NSA is recording the telephone calls of millions of Americans.
The New York Times reported August 8 that the National Security Agency has been searching through the e-mail messages of the American people on a massive scale, even in some instances where the messages are not to or from foreigners residing abroad.
The most important question that Americans need to be asking themselves is, Does the national-security state have any role in a free society? The Founding Fathers certainly didn’t think so.
A report that NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden wanted to join an organization of former KGB agents is false, according to Russian lawyer assisting him.
Dozens of law-enforcement agencies are seeking to get NSA intercepts of Americans' phone calls and Internet traffic for use in investigations.
A Department of Defense spokesman admits that the Drudge Report and other alternative media are exposing official lies, and calls for openness and truth — while spinning more deception.
House Permanent Intelligence Subcommittee Chairman Mike Rogers either lied about the breadth of NSA surveillance or didn't know about it and was incompetent.