National Security Agency

Bipartisanship Saves Feds' Ability To Spy On Americans

Democrats and Republicans banded together to defeat an amendment that would have created new warrant requirements for looking at communications by Americans caught up in a surveillance database.

NSA Abandons Controversial Surveillance Technique

The halt is among the most substantial changes to U.S. surveillance policy in years and comes as digital privacy remains a contentious issue across the globe following the 2013 disclosures of broad NSA spying activity.

Top Talent Leaves NSA Amid Trump Fears and Morale Slump

Half-a-dozen cybersecurity executives told Reuters they had witnessed a marked increase in the number of U.S. intelligence officers and government contractors seeking employment in the private sector since Trump took office on Jan. 20.

Snowden, a Love Letter

Oliver Stone's Edward Snowden biopic aims to humanize the infamous NSA leaker—and show the vast reach of the programs he and others exposed.