On Wednesday, the Second Circuit Court of Appeals will hear Hedges v. Obama, one of the most important civil liberties cases since 9/11.
A new lawsuit filed by two Harvard students should help give Americans fewer and fewer excuses to remain silent in the face of government abuse.
Some provisions of the NDAA, particularly those which allow for indefinite detention, have been challenged as unconstitutional. Another key legal battle will take place in February.
Live streaming of Rand Paul's monster filibuster on the floor of the U.S. Senate
Unless protections against infringement on our constitutionally guaranteed rights are restored to the NDAA, President Obama should exercise a swift veto.
The Justice Department has expanded a cyber security program through deals with A T&T and others which would immunize participants from wiretap laws. This is a miscalculated, dangerous mistake.
Legacies, even built out of necessity, can be used as a guidepost for the DoD as it opens combat roles to women. Here are the 27 pioneering women who the president should consult.
Former CIA head David Petraeus today testified before congress that the reports he gave to the White House about the 9/11 Benghazi attack were altered by the White House.