The latest leaked recording to rock European politics.
The former NSA contractor who leaked details of U.S. intelligence-gathering programs spoke to Brian Williams in an NBC Nightly News interview in Moscow.
A unprecedented new campaign by the Iraq and Afghanistan Veterans of America teaches VA employees and veterans how to become the next Edward Snowden.
It’s unclear of exactly who was responsible, but this is everything we know about when and where Yeezus leaked.
Yeezus has arrived, people. It’s dark, brooding, and challenging, and there is not a pop song to be found on it.
UPDATE: Aaaaaaaand it leaked. Kanye West is basically the only major star who has figured out how to keep his music from leaking to the internet.
During a hearing on Capitol Hill, FBI Director Robert Mueller used the events of September 11, 2001 as an example of why the National Security Agency’s monitoring of all Americans communications are critical.
UPDATED: After being sentenced to 35 years in prison, the 26-year-old army private formerly known as Bradley Manning told the world that she will live the rest of her life as Chelsea Manning — here’s a look at the person behind the biggest leak in U.S. history, using Manning’s chat logs, court martial testimony, and statements.
Whoever is leaking top secret NSA documents to the press doesn’t appear to be afraid of the White House. Leakers as heroes.
President Obama has come under some fire from Republicans for a report in Politico that the White House used private emails and met with lobbyists at coffee shops to avoid disclosure. But a top political aide and former chief-of-staff to Speaker John Boehner, Barry Jackson, also did so during his time in the Bush Administration. Jackson used 2003 used a “georgewbush.com” email address to communicate with Neil Volz, an aide disgraced former lobbyist Jack Abramoff, about nominating one of Abramoff’s Indian tribe clients for a Presidential Medal of Freedom.
At a press briefing today White House press secretary Jay Carney refused to comment on the two FBI investigations into national security leaks. Carney said it was “an insult and preposterous to suggest that the White House would leak classified information for political gain.”
In an appearance on MSNBC this morning, the top adviser to the Obama campaign came under fire for leaks from the White House.
Mitt Romney went after President Obama over national security leaks from his administration. In 2006, then Senator Obama did the same, criticizing President George W. Bush for the drip-drop of secrets, saying it showed a lack of “oversight” and “a notion of secrecy.”
Special advisor Eric Edelman sent out a statement today attacking the White House over national security leaks. Not the ideal point man: Edelman was the first to suggest leaking info about Joe Wilson’s CIA-sponsored trip to Niger in 2003 when he served as Scooter Libby’s deputy in the Bush White House.
The President took a harsh stand against politically motivated leaks from the Bush Administration in 2007.
Republicans call for an independent counsel, while the FBI and two federal prosecutors are already on the case. Clapper was furious — and now the White House is “very nervous.”
An early clip leaked from Spike Jonze and Dave Eggers’s upcoming film adaptation of the classic Maurice Sendak book raises questions online. This clip makes Where The Wild Things Are looks exactly as we’d expected: beautiful, intriguing, and very, very creepy. But will Warners let Jonze finish the film?
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