Man Who Shot Deputies Ranted Against Government, PoliceA man who lost ownership of his home two years ago and sued to stop his foreclosure opened fire on three law enforcement officers trying to serve an eviction notice Wednesday.
Judge Allows Warrantless Evidence In Denver-Area Terror CaseThe National Security Agency's warrantless surveillance programs have the potential for abuse but did not violate the constitutional rights of a suspect in a Denver-area terror case who argued that government spying has gone too far, a federal judge ruled.
Cory Gardner Says He's ‘A New Kind Of Republican’Rep. Cory Gardner is selling himself as "a new kind of Republican" as he tries to unseat Democratic Sen. Mark Udall.
Defiant Joe Nacchio Lashes Out Against Those Who Sent Him To PrisonFormer Qwest CEO Joe Nacchio lashed out at those who put him in federal prison for insider trading in a rare interview.
Christie Slams 'Libertarian' Trend On Security At Aspen Institute ForumKentucky Sen. Rand Paul on Friday criticized New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie for advocating security over privacy rights when it comes to national security.
Udall Says Surveillance Needs To Be ReviewedThe U.S. government needs to re-examine how far it can legally go in its search for terrorists, Colorado Sen. Mark Udall said following media accounts of the Obama administration's collection of telephone data and Internet communications.
How Did Secret Phone Program Help Foil Aurora Man's NYC Plot?The government's broad programs to collect U.S. phone records and Internet traffic helped disrupt a 2009 plot to bomb the New York City subways, a senior U.S. intelligence official said.
Udall Doubts Surveillance Stopped AttacksTwo Western members of the Senate Intelligence Committee don't believe that the federal government's telephone surveillance has stopped terrorist attacks.
CBS: Stellar Wind Program Blocked Terror Plot By ColoradanA top-secret arm of the controversial Stellar Wind program set up in the wake of 9/11 is allowing the National Security Agency and the FBI to tap directly into the central servers of nine major Internet companies to extract audio, video, photos, emails and documents that let analysts track an individual's communication, CBS News has learned.