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"Active targeting" in Yemen is causing significant civilian resentment towards the United States, writes author.
Obama squares off against politicians ahead of possible vote aimed at slashing NSA funding and limiting surveillance.
House Intelligence Committee says it is now willing to supply weapons despite risk of them going to al-Qaeda allies.
Using drones for surveillance in the US won't make overzealous police behaviour or lack of accountability disappear.
We ask what recent spying revelations mean for democracy in the United States.
Domestic surveillance rarely happens and the necessary guidelines are being explored, agency's head tells senators.
As cyber attacks have replaced terrorism as top threat to the US, we discuss the country's main security challenges.
US not ruling out strikes against Americans on US soil in circumstances akin to 9/11 attacks, attorney general says.
Attorney General refuses to rule out using drones strikes targeting Americans inside the country.
Obama's nominee for CIA director questioned by Senate panel about drone policies and harsh interrogation techniques.
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