House Republicans are demanding an immediate investigation of the Director of National Intelligence, James Clapper, for lying to Congress in this exchange.:
Sen. Ron Wyden asked Clapper whether the National Security Agency (NSA) collected "any type of data at all on millions or hundreds of millions of Americans?"
Clapper answered, "No, sir."
Wyden: "It does not?"
Clapper: "Not wittingly. There are cases where they could inadvertently perhaps collect, but not wittingly."
OutFront: Former U.S. Attorney General Alberto Gonzales, he fought to defend NSA surveillance tactics during the Bush administration.
Our third story OutFront – oh, the irony.
If you're one of the billion people with a Facebook page, at some point you've probably been confused by the various, ever-changing privacy settings on the site.
But if your last name is Zuckerberg, one would think you'd have it down pat. And when Randi Zuckerberg, founder Mark Zuckerberg's sister and a former executive at the company, posted a picture on her own page, she probably assumed that only her close friends could and would see it.
The photo, a shot of her family reacting to a new Facebook app called "Poke," wound up going very public. It's more than just irony - the flap is now raising questions about Facebook privacy. CNN's Joshua Levs is OutFront with the details.
It's no secret that the FBI, IRS, and even websites like Google and Facebook know a lot about you.
But what they know pales in comparison to the information being collected by a little-known company in Little Rock, Arkansas – the Acxiom Corporation.
Here's Ed Lavandera with the story.