As Egyptians prepare for massive protests against the regime of Mohamed Morsi, the Obama administration is set to deploy hundreds of American troops to Egypt.

Documents published by The Guardian (U.K.) reveal that the FISA court is giving the NSA the go-ahead in its surveillance of domestic communications.

The House of Representatives has passed the National Defense Authorization Act for 2014. Surveillance will lead to more indefinite detentions.

House and Senate lawmakers have introduced legislation seeking to restrain Obama from arming terrorists in Syria, many of whom are associated with al-Qaeda.

According to a resolution introduced in Congress President Obama will be guilty of an impeachable offense if he intervenes militarily in Syria's civil war without authorization.

JBS CEO Art Thompson's weekly news video update for June 24 - 30, 2013.

Edward Snowden's final destination is uncertain, with reports of Ecuador, Venezuela, or even Cuba being his target to escape prosecution for blowing the whistle on the NSA.

The Obama administration Friday charged National Security Agency (NSA) whistleblower Edward Snowden with espionage.

The murder of an American Marine in Afghanistan by the “slave” of a local police official highlights both the futility of the mission there and the callous disregard for our troops.  

In an exclusive interview with The New American, Rand Paul provides some insight into his positions on both foreign and domestic issues.

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