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NSA says its surveillance stays within the law

May 6, 2014

A tunnel of trees lines either side of Interstate 295, north of the nation’s capital.

NSA monitoring a hot topic for nation, Kansas politicians

May 6, 2014

In the months since National Security Agency contractor Edward Snowden leaked sensitive documents held by the NSA, the public discussion and opinion about the agency’s actions have fluctuated between almost hero-like approval for Snowden and outright rage at the perceived breach of privacy.

It’s a bird! It’s a plane! It’s a—drone?

June 6, 2014

What someone thinks of drones depends on two things: Who it’s pointed at and who’s holding the controller.

Sentiment turns against NSA’s bulk data collection

June 6, 2014

Rep. Jim Sensenbrenner, R-Menomonee Falls, feels misled.

NNAF program brings young journalists to DC

June 6, 2014

For Averi Haugesag, the National Newspaper Association Foundation’s News Fellow program provided a unique opportunity to delve into national security and privacy issues surrounding the National Security Agency and use that information in the best tradition of community journalism: to write about the large-scale drone program being developed at her home University of North Dakota and nearby Grand Forks Air Force Base.

Land of the free or home of the lies?

July 15, 2014

Sitting in the National Security Agency and Central Security Service’s National Cryptologic Museum, in a room where agents are sworn in, a man like Bill Combs is the last thing you would expect.

National security and privacy rights face off over NSA allegations

July 15, 2014

It can be argued that there are two prevailing schools of thought about the National Security Agency, one of the most controversial and most polarizing organizations in America, if not the entire planet.

Serial story about rescue dog available to NNA members starting in January

December 11, 2013

Lily is a Weimaraner growing up in Joplin, MO, with her best friend and owner, Tara. Tara sees that Lily is smart and has an incredible sniffer and decides to train her to become a search and rescue dog. The two become a team, doing their best to help people who are lost or missing loved ones.

Serial Story about dog mascots of the Civil War will appear in newspapers all over the U.S.

February 1, 2012

Whether you’re a Civil War buff or not, you may think you know many of the stories of the battles between the states, but there’s a good chance you have never heard these tales … or, better yet, tails.

New serial story to start for 2013

May 23, 2013

Life’s no field of clover for Manny. Over the years, his kind has gotten stuck with a bad rep. They’re believed to be lazy, ugly and dumb. Manny has had it up to his long ears with this pile of mule hooey—and in a new eight-week serial story, he’s going to set the record straight.

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