"Data handshakes," call records, and the NSA's back door into telecom companies reveal that the Senate's plan to protect Americans' privacy would have done no such thing.
Is the NSA actually making us worse at fighting terrorism?
The terror attacks in Ottawa mean that NSA-style surveillance could be coming to Canada much faster than anyone thought.
Newly released documents show the NSA chief was investing his money in commodities so obscure that most financial pros stay away.
Here's why Keith Alexander thinks he's worth a million dollars a month.
An American crypto-company is making a killing off German anger about U.S. spying.
Intelligence leaks may have caused damage, but it's not irreparable.
Edward Snowden might have given international snooping a bad name in America and Europe -- but Aussies love it.
Is the administration blind to the real and tangible harm the NSA surveillance program is doing to America’s credibility?
The Obama administration is drawing a line between stealing the secrets of companies and nations.
The White House report on information overload is underwhelming. But it's a start.
President Obama’s reforms at the NSA won’t protect Americans’ privacy from continued government intrusion.
Obama admitted to dragnet surveillance. We still don't know what will happen next.
Seeking a middle ground on surveillance, Obama pleases few.
And why was he taking "ethical hacking" classes there?
Why the Obama administration should ignore recommendations from the panel it established to review NSA surveillance.
The whistleblower refugee has dominated the media -- and displaced Julian Assange.
How can the biggest news story of 2013 be so overblown -- and so monumentally important -- at the same time?
From a U.S. attack on Syria to the collapse of the Eurozone, here's what didn't happen in foreign policy this year.
When an enemy can be anywhere, the state looks everywhere. So how can it infringe on privacy nowhere?
The jig is up for anyone who argues that the Constitution doesn't cover metadata.
Why a judge's assault on 'Orwellian' surveillance could cripple the spy agency's legal and political support.
My day at the National Security Agency headquarters at Fort Meade.
A look at the Internet's lurid underbelly -- your one-stop shop for weapons, drugs, and illegal pornography.