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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.

Obama to Unveil NSA Changes Next Week

The Jan. 17 speech will come in the wake of a December report calling for sweeping changes to the government's surveillance practices.

Analysis: Why Edward Snowden is Not a Whistleblower

Snowden has shone a light on the extent to which technology has outstripped our laws and the Patriot Act may have exceeded its usefulness.

House Judiciary Committee Chairman Bob Goodlatte, R-Va., said "it's increasingly clear that we need to take legislative action to reform" the NSA's intelligence gathering.

Lawmakers Skeptical Obama Will Reform NSA After White House Summit

President Obama sat down with a small group lawmakers Thursday to discuss NSA surveillance. What happens next is anyone’s guess.

Obama Inches Closer to Limiting NSA Power

The President has spent the week consulting lawmakers and privacy experts.

OMB Directs Agencies to Embrace ‘Value Engineering’

Private-sector management approach promotes cost savings through ongoing analysis.

Beyonce Draws Fire for Song Sampling Challenger Disaster Audio

Astronaut families say pop singer's use of NASA transmission from tragedy is inappropriate.

The Top 7 Federal Stories of the Year

From a government shutdown to a botched health care rollout, 2013 was a year to forget.