The NSA’s Controversial Phone Surveillance Program Ends on Saturday
The Obama administration announces the end of the controversial NSA telephone metadata surveillance program.
Judge Orders NSA to Stop Collecting American's Phone Records Immediately
A federal judge is trying to shut down the NSA’s most controversial program—again.
Did You Enjoy the 28 Days the NSA Stopped Spying on You?
A secret court just allowed the NSA to resume its bulk collection program.
For the First Time in 14 Years, the NSA Can’t Get Your Phone Records
The Senate is letting a small portion of the Patriot Act expire, but just for a couple of days.
Obama: Pass NSA Reform Before the Patriot Act Expires
The President warns of the dangers of letting the Patriot Act sunset.
Don’t (Just) Let the Sun Go Down on Patriot Powers
A few pieces of the Patriot Act are about to expire, but we need more than a quiet death to guarantee true reform.
How Can the Left Stop the Patriot Act? Be More Like the Tea Party
An op-ed from Demand Progress director David Segal on how liberals and progressives can win the surveillance debate.
When Is Congress Going to Rein In FBI Surveillance?
We've heard a lot about NSA spying thanks to Edward Snowden, but the Federal Bureau of Investigation is no stranger to unaccountable snooping.