In her first policy speech since leaving the State Department, Hillary Clinton made no firm declarations of political intentions. But she did laud the role of women in politics.
US intelligence agencies are gathering massive amounts of US telephone calling data and social media data on both foreigners and citizens. Here are seven questions and answers about what is known so far.
Gov. Chris Christie, appearing on 'Late Night With Jimmy Fallon,' slow-jammed his decision to hold a special Senate election. He upped his cool quotient, but probably not with the Republican base.
West needs the disaster funds, say local and state politicians, but FEMA has turned down requests for non-natural disaster aid before. The decision is a new flash point between Texas and the Obama administration.
In interviews Edward Snowden, the former National Security Agency contractor who revealed details of the government's collection of data, has also revealed details about himself. Some question his descriptions and the facts that are known paint an unclear picture of the leaker, currently hiding in Hong Kong.
The National Security Agency is struggling to provide details about its surveillance work to the American people without revealing classified information, said the agency's director General Keith Alexander in testimony to a U.S. Senate committee on Wednesday. Alexander's comments followed last week's public disclosure of NSA contractor Edward Snowden's assertions that the government monitors internet and phone data.