President Bush said Friday he believes other U.S. courts will uphold the National Security Agency’s warrantless surveillance program a day after a federal judge in Detroit ruled it unconstitutional. Continue reading
Attorney General Alberto Gonzales testified to the Senate Judiciary Committee Tuesday that President Bush refused to grant security access to investigators looking into the National Security Agency’s phone-tapping program. Continue reading
Air Force Gen. Michael Hayden, President Bush’s nominee for CIA director, fielded questions from the Senate Intelligence Committee about the National Security Agency’s domestic surveillance program created after Sept. 11th while Hayden was head of NSA. Continue reading
A new round of Senate battles began Tuesday over President Bush’s judicial nominations. White House lawyer Brett Kavanaugh went before the Senate Judiciary Committee to warrant a seat on the District of Columbia Federal Court of Appeals. Continue reading
President Bush nominated Air Force Gen. Michael Hayden to serve as the Central Intelligence Agency’s next leader, sparking debate over Hayden’s military background and his role in the NSA domestic surveillance program. Two members of the House Intelligence Committee discuss the nomination and the CIA’s new direction.
President Bush nominated Air Force Gen. Michael Hayden to serve as the next leader of the Central Intelligence Agency Monday, re-igniting the debate over domestic surveillance efforts that Hayden oversaw as head of the National Security Agency. Continue reading