Congress gets early start on debating surveillance powers that expire in 2017
Will Congress rein in the NSA's ability to spy on Americans?
Secret U.S. spy court approved all 1,456 wiretap requests last year
Some call the court a 'rubber stamp' for government spying. But is it taking a harder look at surveillance requests?
Lawmakers want to know how often U.S. spies incidentally collect Americans' data
'We are not the first to ask you for this basic information.'
Civil-liberties groups ask the government to detail surveillance statistics
More than two dozen groups want answers.
A brief look at Sen. Lindsey 'I never emailed' Graham's history with the Internet
It's an illustrious history.