The Paris attacks could change what was supposed to be an election about the economy.
The president wants to repeal all spending limits; Republicans only want military spending.
The U.S. is spending too little on defense just when it is most needed.
The call was made to Ramzi bin al Shibh's brother in Yemen in August 2013.
By refusing to negotiate a budget deal, Republicans are playing a game of chicken with our safety.
The AP reports the man had previously been convicted of belonging to a terrorist organization.
The Department of Homeland Security needs to secure its own information systems better, according to an audit released on Tuesday.
The U.S. State Department identified the number of emails in a court filing on Monday.
The implications could be "mind-boggling," an FBI source says.
What's the deal with the Sunday Times's Edward Snowden story, and why is Glenn Greenwald so mad about it?
While TSA agents hunt for liquids and knives, they are failing to find explosives and guns.
Should the NSA trawl through big data? The GOP contenders, at least, are divided.
Morgan Freeman wants to know why so many men are dying at the hands of police—and why so many are black.
What we know about the police death that led to a wave of riots in Baltimore.
Edward Snowden urged Americans not to change their Internet habits because of the NSA.
A New York Times report determined Clinton's emails were not archived in real time on government servers as required by law.
New encryption laws proposed by Cameron to help tackle terrorism in the UK, could put popular messaging platforms at risk.
Security sources have warned that it might be too little too late in regard to these policies
In surprise move, Sen. Harry Reid puts USA Freedom Act on the Senate docket Wednesday, lining it up for a vote as early as next week.
Vermont Senator Patrick Leahy introduced a bill in the Senate that would curb the NSA's ability to collect bulk phone records from American citizens
The same board that said the NSA's telephone metadata collection was illegal now gives PRISM the green light