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By Jessica Gresko, Associated Press
National security programs and their reach went through significant changes in the period that followed 9/11.
By Saher Khan, Vignesh Ramachandran
As the 20th anniversary of the Sept. 11, 2001, terrorist attacks approaches, Americans increasingly balk at intrusive government surveillance in the name of national security - and only about a third believe that the wars in Afghanistan and Iraq were…
By Eric Tucker, Hannah Fingerhut, Associated Press
The government says many of the contracts with the Israeli spyware firm NSO Group were signed with front companies, which are often used in Mexico to facilitate kickbacks or avoid taxes.
By Associated Press
The Justice Department is imposing new restrictions on how it conducts any secret national security surveillance of candidates for federal offices or their staff.
By Eric Tucker, Associated Press
By Michael Balsamo, Eric Tucker, Associated Press
The push from Trump's allies to change the FISA wiretap rules could complicate efforts in Congress to renew the USA Freedom Act that are set to expire next month.
By PBS NewsHour
Former National Security Adviser Susan Rice had tough words in The Washington Post for President Trump and his administration on Wednesday, warning about the "profound dangers" of making false statements. In her first interview since leaving the White House, Rice…
A new report by Human Rights Watch and the ACLU says the American government has overstepped its boundaries in clamping down on the work of reporters and their sources. Jeffrey Brown gets debate on the findings from Dana Priest of…
To What Extent Did the Government Monitor Phone, Internet Activity After 9/11?…
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