Princeton's introductory computer science course is taken by 60 percent of undergrads. We talk to the man who runs it.
The White House wants Congress to act this year to address the growing problem of patent trolls.
But he's sort of right about the perverse incentives of online news.
But it's not entirely their fault -- the responsibilities of the oval office pre-empt being on the cutting edge of tech trends.
"Outside experts" means different things to the Obama Administration and privacy advocates.
Obama wasn't telling the truth when he denied the NSA had abused its authority. Is it possible he didn't know?
James Clapper, who told Congress that the NSA wasn't collecting information on millions of Americans, will oversee the new intelligence review panel.
A member of Congress says he was asked to vote on renewing the Patriot Act without knowing how it was being used.
The president wants to tweak the Patriot Act, release more information, and reform the FISA court.
The president argues that the debate sparked by Snowden's revelations would have happened anyway.