“Going to zero in Iraq did not lead to a happy outcome," Hayden said.
His interview with NBC's Brian Williams from Moscow will air as hourlong special on May 28.
“It’s not a surveillance program, it’s a data-collection program,” she said.
"The idea of accountability and responsibility is very important to me," Mike Rogers said.
The former NSA contractor retained Plato Cacheris, according to The New York Times.
The NSA leaker regrets softballing the Russian president associates say.
Ruth Bader Ginsberg and Antonin Scalia both think the programs will reach the high court.
In previous interviews, Clinton has refrained from criticizing Snowden.
"Can people come together to pass a bill?” the California Democrat asked.
Gen. Keith Alexander said President Obama's reforms are "doable."
With the change, the senator said, the program should be constitutional.
Carter said he sends messages to foreign leaders via snail mail instead.
“For a supposedly smart guy, that’s a pretty dumb answer," Kerry said.
There has been “a complete breakdown in the traditional standard divisions,” he said.
Advocacy organizations are hoping for changes before the bill hits the House floor.
The Intelligence Committee approved the USA Freedom Act by voice vote.
Asked if the NSA suffers from a perception problem, the former director said “absolutely.”
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The Washington Post and The Guardian won Pulitzers for NSA stories.
Snowden was awarded for sparking a transformative debate about surveillance programs.
Carter can "go back to writing emails," says NSA director Alexander.
One proposal was to move the metadata out of the government’s hands, the AP reports.
A new report says this may have helped Russia take over Crimea.
The NSA also reportedly spied on former Chinese President Hu Jintao.