Plaintiffs are having a hard time challenging the intelligence agency in court.
Younous Chekkouri's lawyers hope a short letter from the Justice Department will help free him.
The Air Force visited Brandon Bryant's mom hours after Bryant testified about a U.S. air base in Germany.
Facebook now sends a notification to users when it believes a government has targeted their account.
The Intercept obtained classified slides, detailing how the U.S. decides to kill terror suspects.
ACLU files lawsuit against two psychologists responsible for CIA's use of brutal interrogation techniques such as waterboarding.
ISIS's overall numbers remain unchanged, two Pentagon officials told USA Today.
Transit agency strongly disagrees with court order to run ads for documentary film.
After Pentagon's training program falls flat, Defense Secretary Ash Carter announces overhaul.
Judge calls the Metropolitan Transportation Authority's decision to ban documentary's ads "utterly unreasonable."
Prosecutor Fatou Bensouda intends to investigate possible crimes committed during the five-day Russia-Georgia War in 2008.
Chelsea Manning shares her ongoing struggle with not being allowed to grow out her hair in new Medium post.
The drop was part of a campaign that also helps former intel employees change fields.
The request follows the state's chemicals mix-up in the Richard Glossip case.
Oklahoma Governor Mary Fallin issued death row inmate Richard Glossip a stay of execution on Wednesday afternoon.
First Look Media presents its visual journalism wing, called Field of Vision, on Tuesday.
His lawyers had hoped newly submitted evidence would bolster his case.
Facebook-led project aims to open Internet to millions, but some see power grab.
Snowden, Greenwald, Miranda to Introduce U.N. Treaty to End Mass Surveillance and Protect Whistleblowers
The activists are hoping to codify digital rights across the globe.
Younis Chekkouri was repatriated to Morocco, but is being held in an undisclosed location as he is investigated.
Apple is speeding up its efforts to build an electric car, the Wall Street Journal reported on Monday.