Is NSA spying legal? Video
Attorney General Gonzales appeared before the Senate Judiciary Committee on Monday, explaining why the president could legally authorize wiretapping without seeking a warrant.
Senate Judiciary Committee Chairman Arlen Specter, R-Penn., quizzes Attorney General Alberto Gonzalez about the NSA spying program on Monday.
Three former Brocade executives were charged Thursday in U.S. District Court in San Francisco with illegally backdating stock options for company employees. Accused are the former CEO, former CFO and former vice president of human resources. SEC Chairman Christopher Cox explains the legal action.
Howard Dean, head of the Democratic National Committee, speaks about how the convention is more "green" this year and also about Barack Obama's candidacy.
Sen. Patrick Leahy questions Samuel Alito on the constitutional issue of presidential powers.
In the United States, Gmail ranks No. 4 among all Web-based e-mail programs. CNET News.com reporter Elinor Mills explains how to use some of its new features.
Silicon Valley likes to think it has political influence in Washington. But will the big tech issues du jour interest the general electorate during the run-up to the presidential election in November? CNET News' Declan McCullagh, who attended the Democratic and Republican national conventions, sits down with Charles Cooper on Monday's edition of the Daily Debrief to talk about how the tech policy debate is likely to play out over the next couple of months.
As the stink settles, we rank the absolute worst downloadable programs from 2007.
In this Inside Scoop, CNET's Sumi Das talks with Jay Greene, who explains the concerns the House Intelligence Committee has with Huawei and ZTE, and how it is discouraging American companies from buying their telecommunication products.