On the second anniversary of Snowden's historic act of civil disobedience, it is worth reviewing what has changed -- and what has not.
For the first time since 9/11, Congress is enacting legislation that would actually limit intelligence authorities rather than dramatically expanding them.
US Congress curbs NSA surveillance, sends bill to Obama
When the Patriot Act expired Monday, people were left with questions as to what this means for the National Security Agency, for spying, and for the struggling presidential campaign of Sen. Rand Paul
A court decision Thursday that declared the National Security Agency's bulk collection of telephone metadata to be illegal revealed a sharp split among several Republican presidential hopefuls over the scope of the surveillance.