Who knew the spy could be a journalist?
Peter King calls it ‘a disgrace’
‘The NSA…not only knows I raised complaints, but that there is evidence that I made my concerns known to the NSA’s lawyers’
‘The fact is that most of the documents…should have never been secret in the first place’
The president’s weak foreign policy set the stage for losing the Crimean standoff.
‘If you talk to other members of Congress, they’ll tell you we’re doing the right thing’
‘It is categorically untrue that Snowden’s actions didn’t put people at risk’
The Internet’s moorings are detaching from America.
‘I think he broke the law, so I certainly wouldn’t characterize him as a hero’
Nominee pledges transparency and restoring trust during Senate confirmation hearing
‘I took an oath to support and defend the Constitution’
‘I strongly urge you to withdraw this invitation’
‘Protect your privacy from hackers, government agencies and spyware’
‘Journalists have no standing when it comes to national security issues’
Tele-commuting an unlikely solution
The Intercept encounters errors
‘Governments have no business knowing which YouTube videos everyone in the world is watching’