Donald Trump says he wants a database, watch lists and unspecified other "checks and balances" to track Muslims in the U.S.
By Associated Press
NEW YORK — Jonathan Pollard was released from prison Friday after 30 years behind bars for spying for Israel, his case a persistent thorn in relations between the two allies. His lawyers began an immediate court challenge to parole conditions…
By Eric Tucker and David B. Caruso, Associated Press
WASHINGTON -- Convicted American spy Jonathan Pollard could be released from federal prison within months.
By Matthew Lee, Associated Press and Eric Tucker, Associated Press
The National Security Agency lost its authority at midnight to collect Americans' phone records in bulk, after GOP Sen. Rand Paul stood in the way of extending the fiercely contested program in an extraordinary Sunday Senate session.
By Erica Werner and Ken Dilanian, Associated Press
By Associated Press
Hours from a midnight deadline for contested anti-terror measures to expire, no solution was in sight as the Senate convened an extraordinary Sunday session to hash out a way forward. Intelligence officials warned the result would amount to a win…
By PBS NewsHour
The government program that collects the phone data of millions of Americans is illegal and not sanctioned by the Patriot Act, according to a ruling by a U.S. appeals court. Gwen Ifill discusses the case with former Homeland Security Department…
By Eric Tucker, Associated Press
A source familiar with the case says the Justice Department will not compel New York Times reporter James Risen to testify about his source at an upcoming trial of a former CIA officer accused of leaking classified information.
CIA officials, concerned that the FBI was getting too much credit for making progress in the war on terror, released false information to boost their own profile and to support their claims that "tougher tactics" were necessary to get information…
By Ken Dilanian, Associated Press
WASHINGTON — For months, CIA Director John Brennan stood firm in his insistence that the CIA had little to be ashamed of after searching the computers of the Senate Intelligence Committee. His defiant posture quickly collapsed after a devastating report…
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