The Kentucky Republican is glad Trump stripped ex-CIA Director John Brennan of his security clearance. But Trump shouldn't stop there, Paul says.
Is it genes, or have we "started building a stupidity-inducing environment"?
The federal government has no business using information gathered under the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act against Americans.
From repealing Obamacare to dissecting Buzzfeed, the three-headed podcast is back
The departing director of national intelligence had no respect for our rights, no problem lying about it, and no apparent ability to do the basics of his job right.
The NSA opportunistically hoards and deploys powerful bugs that make everyone less secure online.
Senate Votes to Allow 9/11 Families to Sue Saudi Arabia. Will the U.S. Be Sued Over Drone Strikes Next?
Stripping foreign officials of immunity from lawsuits works both ways.
"Our report should never have been read as an exoneration of Saudi Arabia," says former Reagan administration Secretary of the Navy John Lehman.
George Mason University economist Tyler Cowen suggests that it might be.
Investigators find phone data wasn't even protected at all.
"Cyberweapons" crackdown could be used to criminalize basic software-bug testing.
They want to repeal requirements for warrants and prohibitions on weakening Internet security
According to newly released Snowden docs, the spy agencies use security vulnerabilities to hack and track users.
Did folks back in 1900 really have IQs averaging 70 points?
President Obama is attributing the rise of ISIS to the intelligence community's failures in order to deflect criticism of his own incompetence.
The fact that they often can't contribute nearly as much labor is apparently not relevant