June 8, 2013
“We’re not engaged in a mindless, indiscriminate document dump, and our source didn’t want us to be,” said Glenn Greenwald, the author of the Guardian story about the government monitoring phone and Internet records.
Law enforcement sources tell the Los Angeles Times they have identified the suspect as 23-year-old John Zawahri.
You can leave the acting awards to the Tonys. Let's hear it for the guys and girls who made audiences swoon eight times a week during the 2012-2013 season.
A new breed of conservatives join liberal Democrats in opposition to NSA surveillance programs. "We're not tied to the Bush administrations policies, which were also wrong," said Rep. Justin Amash.
Standing alongside Sen. Bill Bradley, Booker made the case against D.C., but promised not to go negative. "I do not run from challenges — I run toward them."
"America's favorite mayor" may be favored to win the New Jersey Senate race, but his opponents are working overtime to stop his momentum. What could go wrong for Booker, and right for Pallone and Holt.
Former South African leader Nelson Mandela was taken to a Pretoria hospital early Saturday in serious but stable condition.
The more things change...
Defenders of "PRISM" say it stopped subway bombings. But British and American court documents suggest old-fashioned police work nabbed Zazi.