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The president of Uganda, Yoweri Museveni , took another displays how intolerance still prevails in numerous components of the African countries . Despite not having had the bravery , dispatched a presidency representative said that "
President Barack Obama called for ending the government's control of phone data from hundreds of millions of Americans and immediately ordered intelligence agencies to get a secretive court's permission before accessing the records. (Carolyn Kaster/
And suddenly, politicians long afraid of him are speaking out about his revenge-style of governing. But headed into a three-day weekend, there's some good news for Christie. The conservative base of the Republican Party, long skeptical of the New
President Barack Obama is ordering changes to spy programs that sweep up Americans' phone records and store email and Internet data from around the world, seven months after former NSA analyst Edward Snowden began divulging secret methods of the
Here Are The Highlights Of Obama's NSA Speech Condensed for your optimum enjoyment. A giant photo of Barack Obama at today's press conference, so that everyone you work with will know you're reading something smart. (Photo: Getty) President Barack
Wall Street Journal reports the president didn't know the size and scope of the operation for years. Obama Announces Gun Control Actions and last year Barack Obama vowed to take whatever steps his administration could through executive action. He
President Obama is expected to unveil much-anticipated changes on Friday to the National Security Agency's surveillance programs exposed by leaker Edward Snowden, following a months-long review of the controversial spying practices by the White House.
As Governor Christie begins a closely watched three-day fundraising trip in Florida today amid the George Washington Bridge lane-closing scandal, his critics aimed to capitalize on his vulnerability in press events around the state. But in Orlando on
The scope of phone and e-mail snooping by the National Security Agency that came to light last year triggered outrage from civil libertarians and prompted key members of Congress from both parties to weigh changes in national security law. Obama is
Obama prepares to unveil new recommendations and rules for government surveillance in a major speech Friday, it is the nation's intelligence agencies that appear to be coming out on top. Officials said Obama, who discussed the topic with British