Edward Snowden's Supporters Call For Presidential PardonAdvocates, including Human Rights Watch and Amnesty International, are launching a public campaign to persuade President Barack Obama to pardon him.
Parks Advocates Demand NYPD Returns Edward Snowden Statue Removed From Brooklyn ParkPark advocates are demanding the NYPD return a statue of Edward Snowden that was confiscated from a Brooklyn park last week.
Artists Install Massive Bust Of Edward Snowden At Prison Ship Martyrs Monument In BrooklynAccording to the report, the sculpture weighs 100 pounds and was attached in a way that will make it easy to remove.
State Department: Only 4 Hillary Clinton Emails Found About Drone Strikes, SurveillanceThe U.S. State Department said Tuesday that it can find only four emails sent between former Secretary Hillary Rodham Clinton and her staff concerning drone strikes and certain U.S. surveillance programs.
Joseph Gordon-Levitt Releases First Photo As Edward Snowden In Oliver Stone FilmThe photo reveals Gordon-Levitt dressed in Army fatigues, not looking much like the Snowden most of America pictures.
NY Judge Says NSA's Phone Surveillance Program Is LegalU.S. District Judge William Pauley says the program "represents the government's counter-punch" to eliminate al-Qaida's terror network by connecting fragmented and fleeting communications.
Schumer Threatens Economic Impact Against Ecuador If NSA Leaker Is Granted AsylumSchumer issued a threat to the South American nation, warning its trade preferences with the U.S. would be in jeopardy if it allows Snowden in to avoid extradition on charges of espionage and theft of government property.
Report: NSA Leaker Edward Snowden Avoids Extradition, Bound For EcuadorAn Aeroflot flight from Hong Kong believed to be carrying Edward Snowden landed in Moscow. On Sunday afternoon, WikiLeaks said Snowden was going to Ecuador to seek asylum.
DOJ: Government Files Charges Against NSA Leaker SnowdenThe Justice Department has charged former National Security Agency contractor Edward Snowden with espionage and theft of government property in the NSA surveillance case.
Man Ranting About Poison, CIA Aboard Hong Kong-To-Newark Flight In CustodyHe's an American believed to be in his 30s, and claimed his name is Daniel Morgan Perry, during an anti-government rant recorded on a cell phone about nine hours into the 16-hour flight.
Kelly: NSA Surveillance Program Shouldn't Have Been Made SecretPolice Commissioner Ray Kelly said Monday that Americans deserved to know about the fact that the government has been collecting data on phone calls and Internet usage.
NSA Chief: Phone, Internet Eavesdropping To Protect U.S. Done 'Lawfully'The head of the National Security Agency is defending government eavesdropping on the phone and Internet communications of millions of Americans, even as some members of Congress express surprise at the extent of the program.