Does the policy serve the interests of the people -- or do the people serve the policy?
VP Mike Pence denied any presidential aides or cabinet members would take documents off Trump's desk, and then changed the subject after Chris Wallace showed him proof that had happened.
One of the more bizarre stories to come out of the pre-release coverage of Woodward's book "Fear" is the story about Gary Cohn taking documents off of Donald Trump's desk before he could review or sign them.
You know, the one with the Russians?
The U.S. government has never publicly acknowledged killing Hassan Ghul, identified as an Al Qaeda operative and close associate of Osama Bin Laden. Documents provided to the Washington Post by Edward Snowden confirm that he died in October 2012, along with revelations of the NSA’s involvement in the targeted killing program.
Taken together, the data would enable the NSA, if permitted, to draw detailed maps of a person’s life, as told by personal, professional, political and religious connections.
Last year a bipartisan effort to force more transparency about military aid failed after objections from the Pentagon. Will the same thing happen this year?
Attorneys for Bradley Manning, the soldier found guilty of turning over 700,000 classified U.S. files to WikiLeaks, called on a military judge on Monday to sentence him to a term that "doesn't rob him of his youth," rather than the 60 years urged by prosecutors.
Lou Snowden, father of National Security Agency leaker Edward Snowden, said Sunday that he has secured documents to visit his son in Russia, where he has been granted asylum.
The early debate around a key provision wasn't about anything like mass collection of phone records.
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