However wonderful it is to imagine a world in which these things are possible, the government shouldn’t be shelling out millions to entertain speculation.
A lawsuit attempts to find out how federal agents are implementing Wickr, a communications service that has an auto-erase function.
In a program separate from the ones disclosed by Edward Snowden, we see more mass secret domestic data collection.
Surveillance clearly shows children nearby as strike was called on man mistaken for a terrorist.
A new, heavily investigated report shows a Pentagon uninterested in correcting its deadly errors.
Why trust an agency that conceals information from judges but prosecutes us for lying to it?
In denying the former president's claims of executive privilege, a federal judge sets a blueprint which should apply to sitting presidents as well.
Do Americans have a right to know the extent that the government surveils them?
More than 400 problems were found with 29 warrant requests, twice the number previously revealed.
Twenty years after 9/11, weaponry and surveillance gear originally developed for the military have become commonplace in police departments around the country.
Daniel Hale Revealed America's Drone Assassinations to the Public. He's Been Sentenced to 45 Months in Prison.
Federal espionage laws are used once again to punish a whistleblower.
Cuomo Reportedly Secured Special Treatment for Family Members and VIPs During Early Days of Pandemic
He should've focused on containing nursing home COVID spread, not getting VIP treatment for penthouse-dwelling Manhattanites (and his own family members).
The Michael Flynn Unmasking Fight Is Another Chance for More Transparency About Secret Government Surveillance
People insisted the wiretapping of Carter Page was perfectly normal. That turned out to be wrong.
A judge rules whistleblower’s failure to subject Permanent Record to pre-publication review violates non-disclosure agreement.
The police conducted two searches in two days to track down who is leaking things leaders don’t want the public to know.
Air Marshals Secretly Followed an Artsy Virginia Mom on Flights to Make Sure She Wasn't Going to Destroy America
More details emerge on TSA's secret, suspicionless surveillance of certain American travelers.
Thanks to California's union-backed secrecy laws, prosecutors and defenders alike don't know about police misconduct.