According to former National Security Agency Inspector General Joel Brennar, the agency should have informed Congress of its data collection processes despite the Bush administration’s desire to keep bulk phone records collection secret.
In an interview with Fox News’ Megyn Kelly, Jeb Bush opened his mouth and inserted his foot. He said he would’ve invaded Iraq, just like his big brother did. But that’s not the only blunder Bush has been dealing with this week.
In an effort to eradicate from its campus all the meanies who too vigorously exercise their free speech rights, the University of Colorado has instituted a tattling program.
According to the FBI, the U.S. is experiencing a rapid spike in the number of major data breaches as hackers around the world develop increasingly sophisticated skill sets.
Ten members of Congress potentially violated House rules and federal law by attending a trip paid for by the state-run oil company of Azerbaijan in 2013.
A new study presents some discouraging-sounding news to big-tent Republican leaders hoping to extend the party’s appeal beyond the “old white male” stereotype the party’s opponents routinely invoke.
A sizable percentage of likely U.S. voters believe that the military’s weeks-long, multi-state Jade Helm 15 exercise could lead to increased federal control in the areas where it takes place. A majority of Americans, however, still say they support the exercise.
As scandals buffet, Hillary Clinton has already waffled a couple of times in her campaign messaging strategy to deal with the breaking waves. But for now, team Hillary has recommitted to keeping former President Bill Clinton out of sight while others evangelize in his stead.
U.S. Transportation Secretary Anthony Foxx pushed for a $478 billion transportation spending bill endorsed by the Obama administration today, saying “we ought to be embarrassed as a country” about the state of the nation’s roads, bridges and mass transit.
Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-S.C.) is goading the 2016 GOP presidential field, as well as Republican lawmakers, to embrace immigration reform.
Who knew and when did they know it? How deep does it all go? Will someone name names? Will the punishment be meaningful or symbolic?
Rank-and-file lawmakers from both political parties joined the Obama administration Thursday to quickly promote passage of the USA Freedom Act as a balm for the stinging rebuke an appeals court delivered to the NSA’s mass surveillance program.
The Southern Poverty Law Center has decided to add a name to its list of purveyors of hate following the ISIS-inspired ambush of a draw Muhammad cartoon contest in Texas.
The Cato Institute and civil liberties journalist Radley Balko developed an interactive map highlighting the abundance of documented, botched paramilitary police raids that have harmed and even killed innocent Americans in recent years.
Conservative columnist Thomas Sowell is out today with a thoughtful column that takes a hard look at racial politics — one that condemns the progressives whose careers have depended on divisive identity politics.