Uber-green Germans are embarrassed they let the Volkswagen scandal happen under their nose, and that they needed gas-guzzling Americans to blow the whistle.
The Snowden-exposed program is still set to terminate by the end of the year.
The agency suspended access to the system, called e-Qip, as it investigated the fallout from two massive hacks.
Congressional support eroded after announcement that 21 million Social Security numbers were compromised.
The federal personnel agency finally announced Thursday the scope of a massive hack of security-clearance information first revealed last month.
It's been a weird day for high-profile tech glitches.
The embattled federal agency is planning to reveal details about a breach of security-clearance information as soon as early next week, according to Hill sources.
Highlights from the Court's dissents.
China is believed to be behind the enormous intrusion, according to multiple reports.
Surveillance reformers notched a big victory this week with the USA Freedom Act, but they're just getting started. And so are the GOP presidential contenders who want to roll it all back.
The USA Freedom Act, which will restore but reform the expired Patriot Act's spy authorities, earned final passage in the Senate Tuesday and was signed by the president.
He says his filibuster raised awareness on the issue, even if he doesn't like the USA Freedom Act.
If the USA Freedom Act comes to another vote, these are the senators to watch.
The Senate leaves for vacation with unfinished business on NSA surveillance.
When it comes to renewing Section 215, Mitch McConnell's got a lot of members still on the fence.
Edward Snowden's leaks revealed that the NSA was interpreting the law to vacuum up millions of U.S. call records every day.
The latest on all possible options lawmakers have to handle the fast-approaching Patriot Act deadline.
The Kentucky Republican spoke on the Senate floor until he could no longer stand. Here's everything that happened.
McCarthy says the House won't budge from its insistence that the Senate pass the USA Freedom Act.
The ruling reverses an earlier decision that forced Google to take the Innocence of Muslims film off YouTube.