Anti-Semites Exploit Israel's Gaza Incursion
David Frum Accuses New York Times of Staging Photos of Palestinian Victims
'Running Orders,' a Powerful Poem by Palestinian-American Lena Khalaf Tuffaha on Gaza
'Happy Birthday to You' Copyright 'Owners' Finally Being Sued for Millions
Gaza Cease-Fire: Unlike Iraq, Iran, Libya and N. Korea, Israel Has Impunity From Defying UNSC
sign up to get updates
By Allan M. Winkler $16.29
Jane M. Hightower $16.47
On the heels of breaking the bombshell stories about the National Security Agency’s secret phone surveillance and data-mining programs, the Guardian columnist hinted on ABC’s “This Week” on Sunday that these reports were just the beginning.
The NSA began its data-mining activities early in 2001. This disclosure contradicts the president’s claim about the program being a product of his post-9/11 “smoke ‘em out” mind-set. | story
View the most popular tags overall?