The NSA was once so shrouded in secrecy that it was referred to as “no such agency” and “never say anything”.
But those days those have passed.
According to a new report in the New York Times, The National Security Agency is suffering from a number of issues, beyond the Edward Snowden leaks.
NY Times reporter Scott Shane talked to Armstrong & Getty about the story.
Shane says the NSA is in turmoil, and a series of events has led to a catastrophe within the U-S intelligence community.