Politicizing transparency is not a way to help Americans understand Russia investigation.
And the guidelines for spying on journalists may be even looser under Trump.
Heavily redacted report shows the FBI believed former Trump aide was helping the Russians.
Did they follow appropriate procedures to get permission to wiretap?
Judge allows until summer for an unprecedented disclosure of warrant info from one of our most secretive courts.
Argues that secret wiretap authorizations were not abused.
Trump says he's inclined to do so, but letter expresses concerns about "sensitive passages."
And Donald Trump just might be the president to give ICE free rein.
The Nunes memo says the FBI deceived the court. Grassley's memo suggests the FBI was tricked itself.
Why should we have to rely on Dem and GOP spin? Americans have every right to know what happened.
More Republican skepticism of law enforcement agencies is a welcome development.
The Nunes memo deserved to be released, and so does the forthcoming Schiff one. But come on, D.C., get serious about abuse of FISA and other powers!
Now that it's out, nobody's minds seem to have changed.
White House Releases Declassified Memo Alleging Bias in FBI Surveillance of Trump Campaign Staffer (UPDATE: Dem Memo Details Leaked)
Nunes report claims Democratic Party-origins of Steele dossier concealed from court.
Meet the Republicans Who Care About Surveillance Abuse Only When Trump's the Target (UPDATE: Trump Signs 702 Bill)
They voted to expand federal snooping. Now they're outraged about how it's used.
Push by lawmakers for stricter warrant requirements fails.
Hours later he walks it back.
Rep. Thomas Massie explains why he will vote "hell no" on renewal of FISA if Congress doesn't reform the 702 program.
House to vote on a bill that would codify unwarranted searches of Americans' communications.
Congress Mulls Passing Most Intrusive Federal Surveillance Bill Available (Update: Bill Is Dead 'For Now')
This FISA renewal bill would essentially gut the Fourth Amendment.
Senators demand discussion of protections for Americans against unwarranted snooping.
Can they get past the FBI vs. Trump narrative to talk about snooping on the rest of us?
Will This Awful Bill Allowing Warrantless Domestic Snooping Get Shoved Into an End-of-Year Spending Plan?
Congress might quietly expand the feds' surveillance powers without any actual debate.
Congress must make a choice before the end of the year on the level of protections Americans get from unwarranted snooping.
Every attempt to restrain and reform unwarranted domestic surveillance batted away.
House leadership rejects stronger protections shielding Americans from unwarranted snooping.
The Fourth Amendment matters to some legislators.
Senate Could Make It Easy for FBI to Spy on Teen Sexters, Black Lives Matter, and Other U.S. 'Criminals'
FISA reauthorization would majorly expand use of warrantless digital surveillance data against Americans.
The backdoor, warrantless searches won't end, but will see new limits.
Some legislators want more privacy protections from unwarranted snooping of U.S. citizens.
Trump and group of GOP senators don't want us to have greater privacy protections from unwarranted domestic surveillance.
Welcome to the club! Now let us tell you how to fix it.
No more gathering communications from Americans that were 'about' a foreign target.
FBI got warrant to monitor Carter Page's communications.
Meanwhile, guess which side is now assuming surveillance equals guilt?
The Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act (FISA) unleashed demons that now seem beyond the government's control.
Fight over government control ignores issue of snooping on all the rest of us.
White House does not want federal surveillance authorities reformed.
To make things more convenient for the government, the Obama administration makes it easier for agencies to spy on citizens.
The USA Freedom Act provides cover for unconstitutional searches of citizens.
The national security whistleblower talks to the Free State Project from an undisclosed location in Russia.
Intelligence Court Shrugs at Ruling Against Mass Surveillance, Temporarily Restores NSA Authority for Metadata Collection
A few more months of privacy violations permitted.
Amendment passes to reduce some additional snooping authorities on Americans, block federal efforts to weaken encryption.
Modest, but actual, scaling back on metadata collection authorities.
The Senate majority leader tries to kill FISA Court transparency.