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America Is Split by the NSA, but Not Along the Usual Partisan Lines

Both parties sharply divided over data-mining revelations, Pew finds.

Commentary: On Spying, Obama Just Isn't That Into the Democratic Coalition

His alliance with House Republicans proves that partisanship isn't as all-encompassing as is sometimes implied.

Contractors Slammed for Uranium Project's Ballooning Expense

NNSA was 'overly optimistic' in its assumptions, auditors say.

Analysis: Washington Is out of Step With America on Snowden

The former NSA contractor set This Town's teeth on edge, but most Americans think he exposed something worth exposing.

Homeland Security Appeals Air Marshal Whistleblower Case

Aviation specialist was fired for telling media of reduced flight coverage.

Census Nominee Impresses Senators, Avoids Specifics on Disputed Survey

Bureau veteran Thompson hopes to use technology to reduce cost of count.

If You Don't Want the Government to Spy on You, Move to Montana

The state passed a law that requires the government to obtain a probable cause warrant before spying on citizens through a cell phone or laptop.

The Easy Way for the Government to Get Around Secrecy Rules Is to Change Them

Moving files out of reach and redefining common words are just some methods for keeping activity in the shadows.

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