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Edward Snowden, a 29-year-old American who now works as a contract employee at the National Security Agency, is the source of disclosures about the US government’s secret surveillance programs, The Guardian and Washington Post report.
Sen. Rand Paul says he wants to get enough signatures to file a class-action suit before the Supreme Court, and is appealing to younger computer-savvy Americans for help in challenging government’s tracking of calls, emails.
Obama administration takes first step toward opening criminal probe into purported leaking of classified documents related to federal government’s tracking of Americans’ phone calls and emails.
Director of National Intelligence James Clapper declassifies some details of PRISM, an NSA intelligence program for tapping into Internet usage, in an effort to quell a domestic furor over spying.
The Obama administration takes first step toward opening a criminal investigation into purported leaking of classified documents related to federal government tracking of Americans’ phone calls and emails, a source familiar with the discussions told Fox News.
Syria President Bashar al-Assad benefits from allies — including Vladimir Putin’s Russia — who are believed to provide regime steady flow of arms, ammo and training to beat back poorly organized opposition forces.
Federal gov’t push to track phone calls, Internet activity helped foil 2009 terror plot, which eventually led to Najibullah Zazi’s guilty plea, US intelligence official tells Associated Press.