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.
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Documents leaked by Edward Snowden show the NSA first targeted a country in 2011.
Vice Adm. Michael Rogers said the NSA needs to protect civil liberties and privacy.
A former NSA, FBI and DHS official writes Snowden may have set back the NSA a decade.
"Anywhere you try and hide your online presence, the NSA can find you,” he said.
The petition urges President Dilma Rousseff to grant asylum to Edward Snowden.
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.
Attorney General Eric Holder says he will be ready to suggest changes to the program.
The NSA leaker said the senator's outrage over alleged CIA spying was "concerning."
Gen. Keith Alexander said the NSA needs to find a way to protect vulnerable civilian targets.
Rogers says he doesn’t think his panel would support a bill handing over NSA records.
"We wouldn’t have had the problem we had,” the intelligence chief said.
A memo reportedly reveals a civilian employee confessed to the FBI in June.