Will the Afghan and Iraq wars lead to a surveillance state here in the US?
With Pentagon cash, contractors bribe insurgents not to attack supply lines for US troops
287(g), the Department of Homeland Security program that empowers local police, like notorious Sheriff Joe Arpaio, to detain undocumented immigrants, is under scrutiny.
The Pentagon has all but eclipsed the State Department in setting US foreign policy.
An effective investigation into the breadth of the CIA's interrogation programs must be bipartisan, similar to the work of the Church Committee in the 1970s.
Attorney General Michael Mukasey is poised to implement new rules that will create a new surveillance state.
The history of American intelligence-gathering is rife with incompetence, dysfunction and contempt toward legislative oversight.
House Democrats capitulate to pass a surveillance bill that further compromises our privacy and limits accountability of the government and telecoms. Will the Senate fight back?
A new book reveals the FBI Director's distinctive relationship with his publisher.
Post-cold war America is looking a lot like the former Soviet Union.