With all eyes on ISIS, concerns about Syria’s chemical weapons program have faded from public view. But recent confirmation of the use of chlorine gas shows that the work to eliminate Syria’s chemical weapons is far from over.
The latest Snowden leak revealing the NSA's surveillance of five American Muslims raises new questions about whether the secret Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court can be trusted to serve as a bulwark against government overreach.
An independent oversight board called the NSA's bulk collection program illegal. Then, last month, they gave the NSA a pass on warrantless collection of Americans’ calls and e-mails. Why the hands-off approach this time around?
The Supreme Court's recent decision requiring a warrant before police can search an individual's cell phone could boost current and future legal challenges to surveillance of Americans’ phone and Internet records.