Senate Majority Leader Bob Dole of Kansas, right, and House Speaker Newt Gingrich of Ga., with the help of "Ben Franklin," introduce the first conservative Internet community "Town Hall," in Washington on June 29, 1995. 'Town Hall" was a joint venture of the Heritage Foundation and the National Review Magazine. (AP/Mark Wilson)
Fourth Amendment

One U.S. State Takes Steps to Hold the NSA Accountable for Warrantless Surveillance

In less than a month, a Michigan state law will take effect and ban any state or local government from aiding the National Security Agency’s controversial program that gathers data on Americans in violation of the Fourth Amendment.