Adm. Michael Rogers couldn't quite remember what the T in NTOC means.
ODNI doesn't want intelligence officials talking to the press without permission -- even about unclassified programs.
Nearly one year after Edward Snowden revealed the extent of the nation's spying apparatus, Americans haven't really changed their online habits.
The Kentucky Senator is leading a class-action lawsuit against the agency.
Every member of the Privacy and Civil Liberties Oversight Board has concerns about the president's plan to shift call records data out of government hands.
Technology and telecom firms said the reforms President Obama laid out in his speech were a good first step but fell short of their hopes to significantly change the government’s vast surveillance program.
By Cecilia Kang
The tech firms are urging the White House and Congress to ban the bulk collection of Internet communications.
By Ellen Nakashima
Obama prepares to tweak the NSA and the Senate ponders patent reform.
Nebraska AG proposes anti-troll legislation and Uber defends surge pricing.
The NSA is trying to build a quantum computer and an appeals court will start streaming its arguments.