Schumer sounds off on Putin.
The head of the NSA says he does not track the anti-secrecy group.
The debate over the propriety of Bush's surveillance program played out in strikingly similar ways to the debate currently raging over the programs continued by the Obama administration,
By Vincent Bzdek
June 21, 2013
President Obama will hold his first-ever meeting with the Privacy and Civil Liberties Oversight Board (PCLOB)--the group charged with ensuring the executive branch balances privacy and civil liberties needs with its national security efforts--on Friday,
"What I'm saying is that the Director of National Intelligence, in March, did directly lie to Congress, which is against the law," Paul said on CNN.
Alexander lays out new details about how the surveillance efforts helped thwart terror events.
"Some people say, 'Well, you know, Obama was this raving liberal before. Now he’s, you know, Dick Cheney,'" Obama tells PBS's Charlie Rose.
The White House chief of staff defends the government's sweeping surveillance efforts.
The former vice president pushed back against the Kentucky senator.
The Republican discusses his plans for legal action.