Obama has exercised a "light footprint" far beyond the range of the initial war on terror.
The biggest shortcoming of our foreign policy is that it is mostly a military policy.
Critics of government surveillance hope they’re in the middle of a sea change.
A legislative solution looks unlikely, given substantive differences between Republicans.
The bill would renew expiring parts of the Patriot Act for two months.
The program allows citizens from 38 countries to visit the U.S. without a visa.
David Axelrod wrote remarks for Obama amid reports of a possible attack.
In Delaware, move comes after suspicious vehicles are observed.
Sen. Ron Johnson will head the Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs Committee.
The programs are very similar to controversial ones in the U.S.
The team will give legal advice on electronic surveillance and guide Congress on cyber legislation.
Insiders say Hagel's departure was the culmination of a larger power struggle.
Analysts warn of a persistent increase in racist and anti-government violence.
House lawmakers want to rein in the DEA, NSA and other agencies.
Rand Paul "was speaking for the majority of Americans," Snowden said.
The 2016 hopeful is speaking out against "a direct violation of the fourth amendment."
Pentagon general counsel makes the case for the 2001 AUMF.
In Obama's "National Security Strategy" update, the domestic political agenda predominates.
Despite continued challenges, there is reason to be optimistic.
CIA chief praised selection of Avril Haines as the president's deputy national security adviser.
The Senate Democrat is pushing a bill to ban guaranteed government access to electronic devices.
Wyden: "Stop recklessly pushing for new ways to vacuum up Americans’ private information."
Rep. Michael McCaul said his bill is moving again after “a lot of intense negotiations.”
A subsidiary of London-based Vodafone facilitates most of the program.