Only 11 percent of 1,000 likely voters polled believe the “president’s new policy” will make it less likely that the NSA will monitor the private phone calls of ordinary Americans. 30 percent actually believe the government is now more likely to spy
Republican who led Congress revolt against surveillance insists members did not see document before 2011 Patriot Act vote
In an agency-wide address to employees Interior Secretary Jewell took the unusual step of saying, “I hope there are no climate-change deniers in the Department of Interior,” she said.
The fear seems to be that Snowden has to be a traitor or Obama is a tyrant. High-ranking Congressmen have been frog walked back before cameras for uttering praise for Snowden. Obama comes forward to assure people Snowden is no patriot.
A clown wearing a mask of President Barack Obama came out during the bull riding event at the fair. The crowd was asked if it wanted to see Obama “run down by a bull.” The U.S. Secret Service takes threats against the president seriously.
Consider the power of Edward Snowden.
After Strange criticized the Obama Administration over the death of his son, Verizon told him that somebody was listening in on his phone calls.
Move would allow Obama administration to institute policies that would better integrate communities
Senator Obama's objection to 'a dumb war' won him nomination. As commander-in-chief, he has reneged on opposing militarism
The conviction of Bradley Manning under the 1917 Espionage Act, and the US Justice Department's decision to file espionage charges against NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden under the same act, are yet further examples of Obama's
The US frequently refuses extradition requests where, unlike with Snowden, it involves serious crimes and there is an extradition treaty
* Congress, staff, to keep federal health premium payments
"The odds of dying in a terrorist attack are a lot lower than they are of dying in a car accident, unfortunately."
Journalist says Obama suddenly declared massive “terrorism threat” after downplaying al-Qaeda for years.
Obama claimed that Benghazi was a “phony scandal” that was trumped up by Republicans.
There were some rumors that the "most transparent administration in history" would not get bent all out of joint due to Russia's favorable treatment of NSA whistleblower Snowden.
President Barack Obama has decided to cancel a planned summit with Russian President Vladimir Putin in the aftermath of Moscow’s decision to grant asylum to NSA leaker Edward Snowden.
Sporting Events, Concerts the New 'Battleground'
President Obama visited Tennessee last week where he was greeted by a mass of protesters. The Chattanooga Times Free Press' “Take Your Jobs Plan and Shove it, Mr. President” ran front and center. The article was written by editorial manager
Some Embassy Closures Extended Amid Talks of Another 9/11
The Oct. 1 kick-off date for Obamacare is rapidly approaching, and with each passing day, more Americans are finding out just how badly it is going to affect them and their families.
When it comes to Russia, Mitt Romney gets the last laugh.
Russia's granting of temporary asylum to Edward Snowden has infuriated Washington. The White House hinted September's summit between President Obama and Vladimir Putin may now be cancelled.
The CIA is subjecting operatives working in Libya to polygraphs as much as once a month to stop them from leaking to the press or Congress about Benghazi. Usually, CIA operatives are polygraphed only once every 3 or 4 years.
The U.S. is "extremely disappointed" in the move by Russia to grant 'temporary asylum' to Edward Snowden, White House spokesman Jay Carney told reporters this morning.
Russia granted American fugitive Edward Snowden a year's asylum on Thursday, allowing the former U.S. spy agency contractor to slip quietly out of Moscow's Sheremetyevo airport after more than five weeks in limbo but angering the United States.
President Obama has chosen Arizona for the next stop on his middle-class speech tour. The White House says Obama will visit Phoenix next Tuesday to lay out ideas for helping homeowners and others who want to own a home.
Before and after his first campaign for the White House, Barack Obama promised the American people that his administration would be the most open and transparent in the nation's history.
In his second term, Richard Nixon had Watergate, but also the rescue of Israel in the Yom Kippur War.
"Mandatory Euthanasia" for Senior Citizens to Be Part of Obama Care?