The U.S. House of Representatives on Wednesday is scheduled to debate an amendment to curb the National Security Agency's collection of records of billions of phone calls made and received by Americans each day.
It was affirmed on Friday that the NSA will continue to collect phone records of millions of Americans.
Facebook censors briefly banned the trailer for Kirk Cameron's new Christian movie Unstoppable, calling the content "abusive" and "unsafe."
Revelations that the IRS has thoroughly politicized its use of taxpayer information has ominous implications for the NSA's attempts to collect a broader spectrum of data on Americans.
According to former President Jimmy Carter "America does not have a functioning democracy at this point in time."
DNI James Clapper appears to have avoided accountability for having lied to Congress regarding the surveillance of millions of Americans by the federal government.
Although the chief architects of the surveillance state insist that unconstitutional monitoring promotes safety, the evidence proves otherwise.
Despite its participation for years in the NSA's PRISM program, Microsoft claims to hold the Constitution "first and foremost."
A former U.S. Senator from New Hampshire expressed his support of Edward Snowden, the National Security Agency contract worker who exposed the NSA's massive data collection program.
A broad coalition has united in a new California-based lawsuit against the NSA for its unconstitutional warrantless wiretapping program PRISM.