The Senate passed the "USA Freedom Act," a bill aimed at moving the storage of bulk telephony metadata used by the National Security Agency to being held by telecom companies rather than the government.
Now that the National Security Agency's authority to collect troves of bulk telephone metadata under the Patriot Act expired at midnight on Monday, the government has said it has fewer tools in its arsenal to help thwart terrorism.
An NSA police officer opened fire Monday morning when two men disguised as women in a stolen car tried to ram through the gates at Fort Meade — and one suspect was killed, officials said.
After months of preparation and negotiation, "Nightly News" anchor and managing editor Brian Williams met former NSA contractor Edward Snowden last week in Moscow for his first interview with a U.S. television network.
The Obama administration is to propose a law banning the systematic collection of Americans’ phone records by the National Security Agency.
Today, Edward Snowden will hold an on-line chat about the NSA as a government task force recommends changes to how the National Security Agency works.
President Obama will propose changes to NSA surveillance programs before independent board makes its own recommendations.
A federal judge in New York has ruled that the National Security Agency's massive collection of American citizens' telephone records is both legal and useful.
How will the Obama administration react to a new ruling declaring widespread NSA surveillance unconstitutional?
A federal judge ruled Monday that the National Security Agency’s gathering of data on all telephone calls made in the United States appears to violate the Constitution’s protection against unreasonable searches.
German officials meet with GOP critics of NSA eavesdropping.
Revelations that U.S. spied on dozens of world leaders leads to rifts in relations.
President Obama answered questions about a variety of hot topics, from NSA leaker Edward Snowden, to his relationship with the president of Russia.