"Richard Nixon resigned for less than this," the GOP presidential candidate says.
The NSA swept up conversations between Netanyahu and U.S. lawmakers.
Paul warned against calls to "give up your liberty" after the deadly attacks.
Snowden said no one on the debate stage called him a traitor.
Snowden says he's waiting for a response from the Justice Department.
Adm. Michael Rogers said the military blocked another attack just one week earlier.
“I think we would be much better off if we fully reauthorized the Patriot Act,” Walker said.
"Mr. Snowden committed very serious crimes," says WH press secretary.
"The senator from Kentucky needs to learn the rules of the Senate," McCain said
Virtually all sides are ready to blame the Kentucky Republican.
"They’re looking for the seams to operate within,” John Brennan said.
The only question now is how far the 2016 hopeful will go to kill the law.
“I kind of think the report is much to do about nothing," said Rep. Eliot Engel.
The Texan says his GOP White House rival is a shill for special interests.
“I was really worried ... that this would be a two day story," he said.
At stake is the future viability of the world's most important economic relationship.
Decisions can be based on information the user doesn't even know has been manipulated.
The court is simply following what the USA Freedom Act says.
The Democrat said proposed amendments in the Senate could kill the bill.
"We've got half the U.S. Senate, it seems, running for president," Sen. Angus King said.
Paul's description "is not the case at all,” said Sen. Dan Coats.
The 2016 Democratic candidate said he will vote for the USA Freedom Act.
“The first duty of our national government is to protect the homeland," he said.
There appears to be a major shift in surveillance and counterterror policies on the horizon.