Government agents can now use warrants obtained from a single judge to hack computers in multiple jurisdictions rather than having to get a warrant for each jurisdiction.
There are few moments of grace in our politics these days, especially where conflicts over religion are concerned. Last week, I witnessed one.
"The federal government experimented with indefinite detention of United States citizens during World War II, a mistake we now recognize as a betrayal of our core values," Sen. Dianne Feinstein said Wednesday as she introduced an amendment to end the provision. "Let's not repeat it."
We've been trying to ignore a certain Senate candidate, but her latest display is so shocking (as the audience gasps during this debate confirm), it simply must be witnessed.
Sorry, but I just can't do it anymore. When has there been an election with so many looney tunes running under the banner of one of our major parties?
Senate candidate and tea party favorite Christine O'Donnell has done her darnedest to lose the whole "witch" label as she makes her play to join Delaware's ranks in Congress, but she was more than ready to brand opponent Chris Coons with her own scary term in their debate on Wednesday.
What exactly was the Delaware tea partyer going for with this commercial that references the bedroom intruder song?
Not to spoil the fun, but Democrats shouldn't take the Republican Party's bitter internal warfare -- and the inexperienced, flaky candidates who've emerged from the fray -- as any kind of reassurance about November.