New documents reveal exactly how the Post was able to determine that the NSA was peeking inside the Google and Yahoo's cloud network.
Even if we do, it's not likely to matter.
Rough estimates suggest only about 15 percent of NSA employees are furloughed -- but the panel reviewing its spying efforts has been effectively frozen.
Some NSA agents were using the agency's spying powers to check in on love interests.
Keith Alexander forcefully argues that the NSA is subject to rigorous oversight and hasn't abused its power. Here's why he's probably sincere.
Obama picks surveillance review panel, GAO says the patent system is broken, and Larry Lessig sues over fair use rights.
Congress reportedly didn't see NSA internal audits of issues.
When you desperately need the help of a group, it's usually not a good idea to call them would-be terrorist.