Yesterday, Glenn Greenwald of The Guardian - the leading journalist behind the NSA metadata collection story - took a look at the Washington Post's profile of General Keith Alexander, director of the NSA. In it, he found the "crux of the NSA story" in the phrase "collect it all." But that phrase isn't unique to the NSA. Big technology companies, like Google, share that ethos too.
For months, fans have waited in agony for the iPhone 5 to come on sale. It was rumored to be the next technological revolution; the phone that would change the way the world would perceive communication.
Christian evangelist Billy Graham was admitted overnight to a hospital near his North Carolina home and treated for a pulmonary infection thought to be bronchitis, the hospital said on Sunday.
Four members of a major Mexican drug-trafficking cartel have been arrested in Madrid, Spain's Interior Ministry said on Friday, including the cousin of Mexico's most wanted man.
Attackers kidnapped and murdered 14 men and left their corpses in a Mercedes Benz van on a major highway in the state of San Luis Potosi in central Mexico, a prosecutor said Thursday.
Grains powerhouse Argentina could produce a record corn harvest in the upcoming season while wheat output shrivels, a trend that will likely deepen over the years ahead as growers balance government policy risk against zooming market demand.
President Barack Obama said on Monday that mass killings like the shooting rampage at a Sikh temple in Wisconsin were occurring with "too much regularity" and should prompt soul searching by all Americans, but he stopped short of calling for new gun-control laws.
The FBI said on Friday it will consider investigating police in the city of Anaheim, following several high profile shootings by officers that have led to protests and civil unrest in the southern California city.
Violent thunderstorms barreled through the Ohio Valley and mid-Atlantic regions of the eastern United States late on Thursday, killing two people and cutting power to more than 130,000 homes and businesses in New York, Ohio and Pennsylvania.
New York state has launched an initiative aimed at protecting illegal immigrants who came to the United States as children, helping them hire lawyers and avoid fraudsters peddling dishonest legal services.
An explosion on Wednesday in a coal mine in northern Mexico killed seven miners, officials said, highlighting lax safety conditions in small mines that are often poorly regulated.
President Barack Obama pledged on Wednesday to work with leaders of all political stripes to "arrive at a consensus" on how to reduce gun violence across the United States after the Colorado shootings highlighted the issue in an election year.
The man accused of the shooting rampage in a Denver-area screening of the latest "Batman" movie mailed a notebook detailing his plans to a psychiatrist days before the attack, FoxNews.com reported on Wednesday, as the first funeral was held for one of the 12 people killed.
The number of people in Colorado applying for background checks to purchase firearms has surged in the aftermath of the movie theater shootings in Aurora, law enforcement officials said on Tuesday.
Protesters broke windows of least a half-dozen storefronts in Anaheim on Tuesday and five people were arrested in the second major clash between police and demonstrators since an officer shot dead an apparently unarmed man.