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Eric Holder Is Maybe Thinking About Talking to Edward Snowden's Lawyers

justice chief told MSNBC's Ari Melber he would "engage in conversations."

HHS Secretary Defends, Obamacare to Mayors

Kathleen Sebelius tells a somewhat skeptical group of local leaders that enrollment in Affordable Care Act is up to 9 million.

GSA Website Wins Harvard Innovation Award taps the public for solutions to government problems.

Innovation Fellows Detail Efforts to Improve Agency Operations

Projects range from user-centered Web design to a “Google” for procurement price data.

The NSA program has sparked protests across the United States, like those in October in Washington.

Obama Plan Would Limit NSA Phone Sweeps

Under proposal, government would no longer retain phone records.

Sen. Jon Tester, D-Mont., a co-author on the bill, said the law will help protect government workers from future attacks.

Congress Pushes Forward on Security Clearance Reform Bill

Legislation provides more oversight of government and contract investigators.

The Upside of NSA Reform Is Far Too Small for Obama to Ignore the Downside

The politics of fighting terrorism are heavily and incontrovertibly stacked against loosening surveillance systems.

Analysis: Does America Owe Foreigners Any Privacy?

The case for constraining the NSA, even abroad

Chris Inglis, outgoing deputy director of the National Security Agency

Analysis: A Free Society Cannot Escape All Terrorism

An NSA official illustrates the totalitarian temptation in bureaucracies charged with stopping 100 percent of attacks.