11/06/13 10:05 AM
(www.washingtonpost.com) Chief U.S. diplomat focuses on spying scandal, military and economic collaboration during visit.
11/06/13 10:04 AM
(www.washingtonpost.com) Report says intelligence community has also struggled with developing defenses against emerging threats.
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 Michal Conger | 11/05/13 03:52 PM
Emails between national security officials about the interpretation of the Patriot Act show several of President Obama's top advisers had misgivings about the law that authorized controversial National Security Agency surveillance of phone and Internet activity. The emails, written shortly...
By Associated Press | 11/04/13 09:58 AM
WASHINGTON (AP) — Senior national security lawyers on Monday told an independent oversight board examining U.S. surveillance programs that the government needs to keep its trove of innocent Americans' telephone records despite growing efforts in Congress to shut down the program.
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 Charlie Spiering | 11/03/13 04:50 PM
Sen. Rand Paul, R-Ky., reacted Sunday to a New York Times report that his colleague Sen. Ted Cruz, R-Texas, had privately dismissed him as a presidential candidate. According to the report, Cruz told donors in New York that Paul would have difficulties running for president because he could...
By Sean Lengell | 11/03/13 01:28 PM
Senate intelligence panel Chairwoman Dianne Feinstein said she wants a full review of National Security Agency spy operations in light of the global furor over accusations the agency eavesdropped on key European leaders. The California Democrat told CBS's "Face the Nation" Sunday she will work...
11/02/13 02:33 PM
(www.nytimes.com) The National Security Agency finds itself under intense pressure after disclosures of spying on allies and rivals alike, but it defends the wide net it casts.
By Susan Crabtree | 11/01/13 09:31 AM
Senate Select Committee on Intelligence Chairwoman Dianne Feinstein, D-Calif., said she is encouraged that the National Security Agency is pushing back against inaccurate press reports about its surveillance programs as she pushes for greater transparency and a review of the nation’s...
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