Marcy Wheeler is an independent journalist covering national security and civil liberties.
Somehow, a former Trump lackey's unhinged TV appearances were just a preamble to Republicans in the House deciding the whole thing was a sham.
Somehow, the strange saga of competing Russia memos has mostly served to make the president's campaign look shadier than ever.
A flimsy and much-hyped document that was supposed to blow up the Russia investigation raises more questions about Republicans than the FBI.
Keith Gartenlaub seemed like he'd be the first person to challenge secret FISA court surveillance. Then an appeals court had a secret meeting with the government's lawyers.
An attempt to connect the dots between the FBI's surveillance tools, WannaCry, Marcus Hutchins, and Kronos.
Maybe this is why there are a bunch of alleged NSA hacking tools floating around the internet.
America's top intelligence officials had a shady day in Congress.
A Trump foreign policy advisor was spied on by the feds last summer, and even though he hasn't been charged, everyone knows his name.
Congressman Devin Nunes is apparently fine with revealing classified information as long as it helps Donald Trump.
By relying on macros to help process sensitive surveillance risk assessments, NSA opened itself up to hacking.