Inside Trump's Paranoid Mind

Before he ran for president, Trump was judged "more or less normal," at least by the standards of the eccentric rich. Not anymore.

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.

China Imprisoned or Killed Multiple CIA Sources

The 'New York Times' reported that China killed or imprisoned 18 to 20 CIA sources from 2010 to 2012. Investigators remain divided over whether there was a spy within the CIA who betrayed the sources or whether the Chinese hacked the CIA's covert communications system

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.

Congress Seeks Number of Americans Under Surveillance

The request comes as some Republican lawmakers, many of whom have stridently defended U.S. surveillance programs in the past, express sudden interest in considering additional privacy safeguards.