The National Security Agency has your data. Is there a way to use it that won't further violate your privacy?
The latest Pew poll shows America has earned some less-than-favorable marks around the globe.
After Edward Snowden, the government said its controversial surveillance programs had stopped a terrorist—David Coleman Headley. The claim is largely untrue.
Answers to some of your questions about how the NSA and its British counterpart have been scouring smartphone apps.