A rare photo surfaces, as Snowden’s lawyer announces the former IT guy is returning to tech support.
General Keith Alexander addressed a hearing of the House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence on Tuesday.
Hundreds of protesters descend upon Washington to protest NSA surveillance practices.
Lon Snowden, father of Edward Snowden, has arrived in Moscow in hopes that he will see his son, who was granted asylum by the Russian government.
Just imagine a post-Leveson world where a fearful press simply parroted the government line. Unthinkable.
Snowden’s Russian lawyer said the NSA whistleblower is considering applying for Russian citizenship.
Brazil President Dilma Rousseff said to be “completely furious.”
“I thought about him a few times, he’s a strange guy,” Russian President Vladimir Putin added.
Greenwald lifts the curtain on the scale of the leak — and says he and Poitras alone have access to the full cache.
The NSA and NSA officers have used their agency’s surveillance capabilities to bug the United Nations and eavesdrop on spouses and partners, according to recent reports.
This is what happens when you fuck a stranger in the ass.
The protector of Julian Assange and onetime preferred destination of Edward Snowden is trying to outlaw WikiLeaks-style activity.
It refuses to answer questions about a Wall Street Journal report that NSA reach goes further than previously thought.
The incidents range from unauthorized surveillance of Americans to typographical errors that resulted in unintended interception of emails and telephone calls.
The FBI tracked Antiwar.com. Raimondo sued to find out why.
“I think it would be best if the American government granted him amnesty.”
Lon Snowden expressed his disagreement with President Obama’s characterization of his son and said he and an attorney will visit Edward in Russia to discuss fighting Edward’s espionage charges.
And the NSA is releasing a paper explaining some of its methods.
Russia’s stance on former NSA contractor Edward Snowden, missile defense, and human rights contributed to the decision, according to the Associated Press.
Protesters hoped to send a message to Congress to end the NSA’s mass surveillance programs.
Luxury living, a primetime TV show, and an endless flow of vodka could await the NSA whistle-blower in Moscow. He just has to stay away from examining Russia’s own ills.
Enjoy the borscht! A spokesman for the committee wasn’t immediately available to comment on the tweet.
“Russia has stabbed us in the back,” Schumer says.
Is J Street back in the fold? Trying to create the “political environment” in Washington for peace in the Middle East.
No “immediate plans,” says Carter’s spokeswoman.
In a letter made public on Friday, the Attorney General calls Snowden’s grounds for asylum “entirely without merit.”
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The amendment lost by only a 12 vote margin. “I like all those no votes,” Speaker John Boehner said as time on the vote ran out.
UPDATED: Edward Snowden has not yet been issued documents allowing him to leave a Moscow airport. Earlier reports said he would leave Wednesday.