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NSA Can Resume Collecting Your Phone Data Records

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Senate Showdown Looms Over Patriot Act Provisions' Sunset

Congress Races to Wrap Up NSA Bulk Data Collection Debate

Edward Snowden to John Oliver: Don't Stop Sending Racy Pics Online

Edward Snowden Working to Return Home to U.S.: Lawyer

Snowden Leaks Didn't Make Al Qaeda Change Tactics, Says Report

Edward Snowden Can Stay in Russia for Three Years, Lawyer Says

U.S. Spy Scandal Triggers Outrage, Paranoia in Germany

Edward Snowden Plans to Build Easy-to-Use Privacy Tools

Citizens' Racy Photos Shared Among NSA Workers, Snowden Says

Germany Considers Using Typewriters to Avoid NSA Snooping

NSA Spy Scandal: Germany Asks U.S. Intelligence Official to Leave

Germany's Angela Merkel Calls U.S. Spying Allegations 'Serious'

Review Board: NSA Surveillance Program Barely Toes Constitutional Line

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"Illegal Spying Below": Blimp Flies Over NSA Utah Data Center in Protest

Edward Snowden's Lawyer Expects Russia to Extend Asylum: Report

Edward Snowden 'Probably' Not a Russian Spy, New NSA Chief Says

EXCLUSIVE: Edward Snowden Gives Wide-Ranging Interview to Brian Williams

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Wyden Pushes Obama to Immediately Stop Phone Metadata Collection

Obama: Government Shouldn't Hold Metadata in Bulk

Boehner Expects Government Will End Collection of Bulk Data

House Intel Panel Unveils NSA Metadata Overhaul Bill

Obama to Propose End to NSA Bulk Phone Data Collection

NSA's Malware Methods Outed in Latest Leak

Julian Assange Via Skype Takes Aim at U.S. at South by Southwest

Assange, over a shoddy connection from the Ecuadorian Embassy in London, warned the audience that everything they do on the web is watched.

Paul Files Lawsuit Over Obama Administration Data Collection

Sen. Rand Paul invoked the ideals of the American Revolution Wednesday as he filed a class action lawsuit in federal court in Washington against President Barack Obama and his administration over the National Security Agency’s collection of telephone metadata records.

Paul to Sue Obama Over NSA Spying Tactics

Sen. Rand Paul is planning to file a class action lawsuit against President Obama over National Security Agency surveillance programs.

Navy Admiral Picked as Next Head of NSA

The Obama administration has chosen Vice Admiral Michael Rogers as the next director of the National Security Agency.

Advisory Panel: End NSA Surveillance Program

Outside group says bulk data collection program is illegal.

Snowden Says Mass Collection Must End

National Security Agency leaker Edward Snowden answers questions in a live Q&A.

Holder: Clemency for Snowden 'Too Far,' But Open to Resolution

Attorney General Eric Holder says the U.S. would be open to a resolution with Snowden, but clemency would be going to far.

Low-Profile Advisory Board Adds Fuel to Snooping Debate

The board recommending the shuttering of one of the National Security Agency’s most controversial governmental data collection programs actually has no power to do so, but its report is certain to add fuel to the debate over the government’s surveillance reach.

Public Doesn't Expect NSA Reforms to Boost Privacy

Americans don’t expect President Barack Obama’s proposed NSA reforms to increase protections of individual privacy.

Obama Tries to Woo Back Germany, Merkel in NSA Flap

What Now? Questions Linger Following Obama's NSA Speech

Snooping Opponents Like Obama's First Steps

Obama to NSA: Stop Saving Phone Data

President Barack Obama makes the argument for his reforms of the way the goverment collects and accesses phone records and electronic data about its citizens.

Observers Weigh in on Snooping Speech

Critics and backers are weighing in on the president's just-concluded speech on NSA reforms.

Rand Paul Watching

One of the administration's biggest critics on privacy and civil liberties is watching Obama's speech closely.

More on the President's NSA Proposal

Obama's proposed reforms include more transparency -- and more layers of review before the government can access data.

NSA Collected 200 Million Text Messages: Report

Documents reportedly show that the agency collected data on millions who were under no suspicion of illegal activity.

Read the Presidential Policy Directive on Data Collection

The White House released the Presidential Policy Directive guiding the reforms Obama announced during his speech on Friday.

POTUS Makes the Argument on Metadata

Here's the crux of Obama's argument for maintaining metadata but reforming how it can be stored and accessed.

Clapper Weighs In

Director of National Intelligence Gen. James Clapper praised the president's proposed NSA reforms as "a measured and thoughtful response."

U.S.-German Relations Hit New Low Amid NSA Scandal: Official

"There is enormous disappointment," says the coordinator for transatlantic relations in Germany's foreign office

The Public's Views on Privacy: 2001 and Now

How have Americans' views changed about the balance of privacy rights and national security?

Changes to US Spying Unlikely to Make Anyone Happy

Obama tries to stake middle ground in NSA debate...But it’s not going to end the debate...

David Gregory on NSA Reform

David Gregory previews what to expect from President Obama's speech on his administration's review of the nation's intelligence gathering programs today.

Obama to Propose Key Changes in Data Collection Program

President Barack Obama will announce steps that could transform the way the government keeps the vast amount of telephone data collected through its surveillance activities, NBC News has learned.