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  • Outgoing NSA lawyer helped preserve controversial programs

    When news of secret National Security Agency surveillance programs began breaking in June 2013, even government insiders had questions. Often, Raj De was the man with the answers. The Harvard-trained lawyer, who departed last week as NSA general counsel,...
  • Don't want NSA to spy on your email? 5 things you can do

    Don't want NSA to spy on your email? 5 things you can do
    More than half of Americans are worried about the U.S. government's digital spies prying into their emails, texts, search requests and other online information, but few are trying to thwart the surveillance. That's according to a new survey from Pew...
  • Anti-terror law approaches expiration date in shadow of Snowden

    Anti-terror law approaches expiration date in shadow of Snowden
    A decade after Sept. 11, 2001, Congress was deeply divided over the sweeping surveillance powers it had granted the government in the immediate aftermath of the attacks. So when it came time to reauthorize the legislation, lawmakers kept the...
  • AP sues State Department, seeking access to Clinton records

    The Associated Press on Wednesday sued the State Department to force the release of email correspondence and government documents from Hillary Rodham Clinton's tenure as secretary of state. The legal action follows repeated requests filed under the U.S....
  • ACLU: Snowden proved NSA Internet spying harms Americans

    The American Civil Liberties Union and other groups sued the National Security Agency and the Justice Department on Tuesday, challenging the government's practice of collecting personal information from vast amounts of data harvested directly from the...
  • Associated Press sues State Department over Clinton emails

    Associated Press sues State Department over Clinton emails
    The Associated Press on Wednesday sued the State Department to force the release of email correspondence and government documents from Hillary Rodham Clinton's tenure as secretary of state. The legal action follows repeated requests filed under the U.S....
  • Can the NSA be checked?

    Can the NSA be checked?
    It's been nearly two years since former National Security Agency contractor Edward Snowden leaked documents to the media revealing the existence of a massive government spying program that scoops up data on millions of Americans' private phone and...
  • The ACLU sues the NSA over mass Internet 'upstream' surveillance

    The ACLU sues the NSA over mass Internet 'upstream' surveillance
    Tuesday morning, in U.S. District Court in Maryland, the American Civil Liberties Union, on behalf of organizations including the Wikimedia Foundation, PEN American Center, Amnesty International and Human Rights Watch, filed a lawsuit challenging the...
  • Beltsville man, 35, to be charged in Maryland shooting spree

    Beltsville man, 35, to be charged in Maryland shooting spree
    The seemingly random shootings picked up steam, with four over 48 hours this week after one last week. Once ballistics tests indicated a single gunman might be responsible, area law enforcement agencies were put on alert. Within hours, Anne Arundel...
  • Shootings recall deadlier D.C sniper rampage of 2002

    Shootings recall deadlier D.C sniper rampage of 2002
    When Paul LaRuffa was shot Sept. 5, 2002, after he closed his restaurant in Clinton for the night, his assailants were not yet known, much less infamous. It would take five killings over the course of 17 hours the next month before it became clear...
  • Trying to make sense of the world of ubiquitous surveillance

    Trying to make sense of the world of ubiquitous surveillance
    Airports are exemplars of our surveillance society. Here a raft of digital surveillance, targeting and sorting systems come together. And they start working well before you arrive for check-in, with the U.S. government comparing your name against watch...