Congress is still dragging its feet on fixes more than a year after Edward Snowden's alarming revelations first came to light.
Barack Obama's government is either the most tightlipped since Nixon or ever.
Oh, don't be a coward.
Governments are getting caught peeping on innocent people's private video chats — how creepy is that?
On October 26, we're staging the nation's biggest domestic protest yet against mass surveillance.
Snowden's asylum and Russia's abysmal LGBT policies shouldn't get in the way of sensible bilateral nuclear disarmament efforts.
Revealing the wrongdoing of the powerful is a core task in sustaining a functioning democracy.
How much of our privacy and how many of our constitutional rights are we willing to give up to protect this country from violent attack?