By Gene Healy | 11/18/13 05:18 PM
Leave it to the Washington Post, this overgrown company town's paper of record, to put things in perspective. Along with “how to get rich in the new Washington,” the WaPo website announced Nov. 18 that “NSA's got nothing on German Stasi.” “Victims of the fearsome Communist East...
By Sean Higgins | 11/09/13 11:56 AM
A Volkswagen plant in Chattanooga has been the subject of considerable turmoil due to an organizing effort by the United Auto Workers. This is not exactly a grassroots effort by the workers, though. Instead, it is being driven by outside pressure from UAW, which hopes to take advantage of...
By Associated Press | 11/06/13 09:58 AM
WASHINGTON (AP) — U.S. and German officials say their top intelligence officials are meeting in Washington to devise new guidelines on how the allies share intelligence — including whether they spy on each other. A spokesman for the Office of the Director of National Intelligence says...
By Ashe Schow | 11/04/13 09:28 AM
Despite the backlash the Obama administration has received from the National Security Agency spying on German Chancellor Angela Merkel, the surveillance was “not exceptional,” according to former NSA Director Gen. Michael Hayden.
By Susan Crabtree | 10/30/13 05:23 PM
National Security Agency Director Gen. Keith Alexander on Wednesday said reports detailing American spying in Europe were exaggerated, accusing the press of publishing false reports to help sell papers. Alexander made the remarks during a freewheeling question-and-answer session at a...
By Julie Pace | 10/30/13 04:50 PM
Reports based on leaks from former NSA systems analyst Edward Snowden suggest the U.S. has monitored the telephone communications of 35 foreign leaders.
By Joel Gehrke | 10/29/13 03:15 PM
President Obama's spokesman evaded answering when asked for "specific" assurances about the National Security Agency monitoring Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's telephone calls. "I just don't have anything more specific about specific alleged [NSA operations]," White House press...
By Chriss W. Street | 10/29/13 09:20 AM
U.S. Ambassador James Costos was commanded to appear at the Spanish Foreign Ministry in Madrid on Oct. 28 as a public expression of Spain's outrage.
By Meghashyam Mali | 10/28/13 07:22 PM
President Obama on Monday declined to say if he knew about the National Security Agency’s surveillance of world leaders’ phone calls. “National security operations, generally, have one purpose and that is to make sure the American people are safe and that I'm making good decisions,"...
By Meghashyam Mali | 10/28/13 07:09 PM
Senate Intelligence Committee Chairwoman Dianne Feinstein, D-Calif., on Monday said she was “totally opposed” to the National Security Agency’s surveillance of foreign leaders, including German Chancellor Angela Merkel, and vowed a review of the intelligence programs.
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