Thanks to whistleblower Edward Snowden, we now know that an army of private contractors can monitor anyone’s phone calls and e-mails.
The Constitutional Court may have vacated Efraín Ríos Montt’s conviction, but the struggle for justice will continue. And nothing can annul the survivors’ testimony and courage.
Search engine executives warn about invasive government surveillance, but the digital arms trade begins with their own technologies.
The NSA Four reveal how a toxic mix of cronyism and fraud blinded the agency before 9/11.
The feel-good portrayal of the agency in 'Argo' glosses over its role in previously overthrowing Iran's democratically elected leader.
A new Open Society Foundations report details just how far down the river we've sold this country's democratic values in our overreaching response to terror.
Why aren’t film director Kathryn Bigelow’s claimed government sources, including employees of the CIA, in jail like Bradley Manning?
The film is a seven-pronged attempt to making US torture and detention policies once again palatable.
The National Intelligence Community’s Global Trends report reveals a future of continued fearmongering and American exceptionalism.
As Zero Dark Thirty reminds us, Americans have yet to face the torture committed on our behalf.