- Obama defends NSA against latest spying report Updated: Dec-05-13 7:13 pm
- Report: Sweden's spying on Russia key to US Updated: Dec-05-13 11:43 am
- Report: NSA tracks billions of cellphones daily Updated: Dec-04-13 7:38 pm
- A sampling of editorials from around New York Updated: Dec-04-13 9:25 am
- Australian spies raid home of East Timor lawyer Updated: Dec-04-13 2:01 am
- Clinton: Better rules needed on spying Updated: Dec-03-13 6:51 pm
- Guardian: We have published 1 pct of Snowden leak Updated: Dec-03-13 12:50 pm
- Europe rights court hearing on secret CIA prisons Updated: Dec-03-13 9:37 am
- FBI to look for ways to stem Chicago violence Updated: Dec-02-13 5:58 pm
- FBI: Arizona vulnerable to terror, trafficking Updated: Nov-30-13 5:16 pm
- US: American fighters in Syria a security risk Updated: Nov-30-13 1:36 pm
- Techies vs. NSA: Encryption arms race escalates Updated: Nov-29-13 10:45 am
- Brown hosting conference on NSA, spying Updated: Nov-28-13 3:31 pm
- Ala. museum has art formerly displayed only by CIA Updated: Nov-28-13 11:50 am
- Report: US spied on 2010 global summit in Toronto Updated: Nov-27-13 11:47 pm
- Pakistani activists accuse outed US spy of murder Updated: Nov-27-13 5:42 pm
- Report: NSA spied on radicals' pornography habits Updated: Nov-27-13 3:47 pm
- Michigan man who had gun at theater back in court Updated: Nov-27-13 5:08 am
- NY judge rules against ex-bin Laden spokesman Updated: Nov-26-13 6:25 pm
- UN advances Internet privacy resolution Updated: Nov-26-13 4:27 pm
- Penny Lane: Gitmo's other secret CIA facility Updated: Nov-26-13 3:43 pm
- Malaysia summons Singapore envoy over spying claim Updated: Nov-26-13 7:40 am
- German minister urges US to restore trust Updated: Nov-25-13 1:23 pm
- Gates to speak at USM Updated: Nov-24-13 11:05 am
- ACLU asks New York judge to halt NSA surveillance Updated: Nov-22-13 10:49 pm
WASHINGTON - President Barack Obama is defending the National Security Agency, saying it does a very good job of not engaging in domestic surveillance.
STOCKHOLM - Sweden's public broadcaster says it has obtained secret documents leaked by former National Security Agency contractor Edward Snowden suggesting a Swedish spy agency has been a key supplier of intelligence on Russian leaders to the NSA.
WASHINGTON - The National Security Agency tracks the locations of nearly 5 billion cellphones every day overseas, including those belonging to Americans abroad, The Washington Post reported Wednesday.
ALBANY, New York - The New York Times on the state's efforts to crack down on motorists who text while driving.
CANBERRA, Australia - Australia's secret service has raided the Canberra homes of a lawyer and a former spy who intend to allege in an international court in The Hague that Australia bugged the East Timorese Cabinet ahead of sensitive oil and gas revenue-sharing negotiations.
WASHINGTON - Bill Clinton is calling for clarity in how countries gather intelligence.
LONDON - The editor of the Guardian said Tuesday his newspaper has published just 1 percent of the material it received from former National Security Agency contractor Edward Snowden, and denied the paper had placed lives or national security at risk.
STRASBOURG, France - Europe's human rights court shone a rare public light Tuesday on the secret network of European prisons that the CIA used to interrogate terror suspects, reviving memories and questions about the "extraordinary renditions" that angered many on this continent.
CHICAGO - The new head of Chicago's FBI office said Monday he'll look for ways his agents can do more to help stem homicide rates and other violent crimes in the nation's third-largest city, though he added it's not yet clear what more the FBI can do that it's not already doing.
PHOENIX - Arizona offers ample opportunities for commercial espionage, terrorism, trafficking and public corruption because of its technology sector and international border, according to the head of the FBI's Phoenix District.
RALEIGH, North Carolina - Federal officials say Americans are joining the bloody civil war in Syria, raising the chances they could become radicalized by al-Qaida-linked militant groups and return to the U.S. as battle-hardened security risks.
SAN JOSE, California - Encrypted email, secure instant messaging and other privacy services are booming in the wake of the National Security Agency's recently revealed surveillance programs. But the flood of new computer security services is of variable quality, and much of it, experts say, can bog down computers and isn't likely to keep out spies.
PROVIDENCE, Rhode Island - Brown University is holding a conference on the National Security Agency, government spying and privacy issues.
BIRMINGHAM, Alabama - There are only two places to see a gallery of artwork depicting key events in the history of U.S. intelligence services: The headquarters of the Central Intelligence Agency and an out-of-the way museum in Alabama.
TORONTO - Canadian authorities allowed the National Security Agency to spy in the country during the G8 and G20 summits in Ontario in 2010, CBC News reported late Wednesday, citing documents shared by former NSA contractor Edward Snowden.
ISLAMABAD - Rising anger over deadly drone attacks spurred a Pakistani political party Wednesday to reveal the secret identity of what it said was the top U.S. spy in the country. It demanded he be tried for murder, another blow to already jagged relations between the two nations.
LONDON - The Huffington Post cited a secret National Security Agency document that allegedly reveals the U.S. agency spied on the online sexual activity of Islamist radicals in order to find ways to discredit them.
GRAND BLANC TOWNSHIP, Michigan - A man who carried a loaded gun and wore body armor while seeing a movie near Flint last summer is back in court on charges of having phony CIA identification.
NEW YORK - Statements Osama bin Laden's son-in-law made to U.S. authorities when he was brought to the United States earlier this year can be used against him at a terrorism trial next year, a federal judge said Tuesday.
UNITED NATIONS - The U.N. General Assembly's human rights committee on Tuesday unanimously adopted a resolution sponsored by Brazil and Germany to protect the right to privacy against unlawful surveillance, following months of reports about U.S. eavesdropping abroad.
WASHINGTON - A few hundred yards from the administrative offices of the Guantanamo Bay prison, hidden behind a ridge covered in thick scrub and cactus, sits a closely held secret.
KUALA LUMPUR, Malaysia - Malaysia's foreign ministry summoned a senior Singaporean diplomat Tuesday over allegations that the city-state has helped the United States and Australia tap telecommunications links in Asia for espionage.
BERLIN - Members of the U.S. Congress met German officials and lawmakers in Berlin Monday in an effort to relieve tensions over allegations of massive National Security Agency surveillance.
HATTIESBURG, Mississippi - Former Secretary of Defense Robert M. Gates will speak Feb. 6 at the University of Southern Mississippi as part of a lecture series on international security and global policy.
NEW YORK - The U.S. government's interpretation of its authority under the Patriot Act is so broad that it could justify mass collection of financial, health and even library records of innocent Americans without their knowledge, a civil liberties lawyer warned Friday at a hearing on a lawsuit challenging a federal phone-tracking program.