Despite sharp criticism about the lack of documents and time, Senate panel Chairman Chuck Grassley sticks with a schedule that could see President Trump's Supreme Court nominee confirmed by Oct. 1.
For once, the president is insisting that a New York Times report is true. The CIA denies that report and one by The Intercept, too.
The surveillance was uncovered after a protester filed a Freedom of Information request about demonstrations in 2014 and 2015.
New documents reveal the back story of how Wall Street deregulation was pushed by the advisers of President Clinton.
The CIA had a close relationship with Libyan intelligence under the regime of Moammar Gadhafi, according to documents seized from Libyan intelligence headquarters.
Amy Goodman and the "Democracy Now!" team dig into the hundreds of thousands of documents that whistle-blowers released to the public and summarize the revelations.
The Pentagon is once again articulating its oft-cited trope that release of classified documents on the WikiLeaks website could endanger U.S. and allied troops and Iraqi civilians as the whistle-blower site prepares to publish even more classified files on the Iraq War.
Ah, good intentions, with which that famous path was paved: According to Justice Department documents obtained and released by the ACLU on Thursday -- albeit heavily redacted -- CIA interrogators were authorized to use waterboarding and other "enhanced interrogation techniques" that they believed "in good faith" would not "have the specific intent to inflict severe pain or suffering."