In 2035, Edward Snowden will be presidentAt least that's what Russia's RT TV station thinks - or hopes - in a clip celebrating its 10-year anniversary.
EU votes to drop charges against Edward SnowdenEuropean parliament passes non-binding resolution to recognize Snowden as 'human rights defender'; US unmoved.
Leak: US Spied on Israeli Communications in SyriaLeak reveals Israel killed a top Syrian commando in 2008 during a party in his home; US had access to Israeli military communications.
Chinese, Russian Agents Hack Snowden DocumentsDocuments put tens of British, American agents at risk of exposure; Snowden accused of having 'blood on his hands' for the leak.
Israeli, UK, US Intelligence Cooperated Over IranDocument leaked from NSA contractor Edward Snowden reveals trilateral arrangement between NSA, GCHQ, and IDF's 8200.
Report: Snowden Leaked NSA 'Deal' with IsraelInterviewer claims Snowden leaked 'deal' for NSA to share spying information on Palestinian Arabs with Israel, via Unit 8200.
'Israel Spied on Pres. Clinton During Peace Talks'Do leaked transcripts and 'secret documents' raise the specter of an 'Israeli Edward Snowden'?
Snowden Claims US 'Forced' Him to Stay in RussiaSnowden, Kerry trade barbs over NSA leaks. Kerry: 'A real man would turn himself in.'
US Accuses Chinese Military of Cyber-EspionageNuclear technology, metal, and solar companies allegedly targeted in Chinese spy ring.
Zuckerberg Phones Obama to Complain About NSAFacebook founder calls President Obama in the wake of report that the NSA took advantage of Facebook for its spying program.
NSA Used 'Angry Birds' to Spy on UsersNew Snowden documents reveal: Spy agencies used "leaky" smartphone apps to collect information.
American Lawmakers: Snowden Had Help from RussiaTwo Republican lawmakers suggest that Edward Snowden may have received help from a foreign power.
Obama Announces Reforms in NSA SurveillanceObama proposes new protections for people whose information was collected, announces NSA will stop targeting friendly world leaders.
NSA Collected 200 Million Text Messages a DayThe NSA has collected almost 200 million text messages a day from across the globe, reveal Edward Snowden documents.
Obama Invites Merkel to WashingtonPresident Obama invites German Chancellor to Washington, hoping to mend fences after revelations of U.S. eavesdropping on her cellphone.
'There Are More Snowden Documents on Israel'Glenn Greenwald, publisher of the Snowden documents, says Israel “absolutely right” in linking NSA spying to Pollard.
NSA Surveillance is Legal, Rules Federal JudgeFederal judge in New York rules that the NSA's bulk collection of data on nearly every phone call made in the United States is legal.
Snowden: 'Mission Is Accomplished, I Already Won'NSA whistleblower says in rare interview that his leaking of US spying documents has given society a 'chance to change itself.'
'Strike While the Iron is Hot to Free Pollard'Veteran journalist calls on Israel to use US spy revelations to end Pollard's 'cruel and incomprehensibly long imprisonment.'
White House: We Collect Information Like OthersWhite House won't respond to reports that the NSA spied on Olmert and Barak. Israeli officials: We weren't surprised.
U.S., Britain Spied on Olmert and NetanyahuPrime Ministers Netanyahu and Olmert were among those spied upon by the NSA, according to Snowden documents.
Report: America Spied on Israeli MilitaryUS spy agency reportedly spied on ‘high priority targets’ in Israel, while simultaneously sharing information.
Snowden Willing to Testify Over Merkel TappingNSA whistleblower reportedly indicates his willingness to testify over the U.S. wiretapping of German Chancellor Angela Merkel.
Report: American Spy Agency Hacked Google, YahooAmerican whistleblower says the NSA broke into Google and Yahoo data centers, giving it access to hundreds of millions of accounts.
U.S. Hinted: Mossad Hacked into ElyseeLeaked document: France believed U.S. was behind a cyber attack on the Elysee Palace, U.S. hinted Mossad was responsible.
NSA Monitored Phone Calls of 35 World LeadersThe NSA monitored the conversations of 35 leaders after encouraging others to "share their Rolodexes," reports the Guardian.
Merkel Calls Obama Over Claims US Spied on HerMerkel reportedly calls to demand an explanation over claims US intelligence agencies bugged her phone.
US Denies Some France Spying ChargesIntelligence Chief denies tapping 70 million French phone calls, does not address claim the US spied on French diplomats.
Snowden Nominated For European Human Rights PrizeEdward Snowden, notorious for leaking top-secret information from US & UK to the press, was nominated for the prestigious EU Saharov Prize.
Report: U.S. Gave Secret Information to IsraelSnowden documents continue to make waves as a new report reveals how the US provided Israel with information on American citizens.
Hamas, Hezbollah, Al Qaeda Tried to Infiltrate CIADocuments leaked by Edward Snowden reveal that approx. one in five "flagged" job applicants to the CIA connected to terrorist groups.
Documents: Israel a Top Target for U.S. SpyingThe Obama administration views Israel as one of the top spying threats, according to documents leaked by Edward Snowden.
Britain Running Mideast Monitoring StationSecret documents leaked by Edward Snowden indicate that Britain is running a secret internet monitoring station in the Middle East.
Russia: U.S. Has Been Ignoring Our RequestsThe U.S. has been pressuring Russia to extradite Snowden but ignoring Russian extradition requests for years, says official.
Snowden's Father to Visit Son in RussiaFather of NSA leaker attacks politicians for "irresponsible comments," claims his son will not receive a fair trial in the US.
Obama Cancels Visit to Russia over Snowden AsylumMove reflects deepening political crisis as US, Russian governments continue to clash over rogue American intelligence agent.
Edward Snowden Granted Asylum in RussiaMove enabled NSA whistleblower to finally leave Moscow Airport, where he had been living since June
U.S.: Snowden Won't be Executed or TorturedU.S. tells Russia it will not seek the death penalty nor torture Edward Snowden, in an attempt to convince Moscow to turn him over.
The Snowden Circus and America's Diminishing InfluenceIs the Snowden farce deliberate strategy by Obama? You bet.
'US Should Boycott Russia Olympics Over Snowden'Obama should consider boycotting the 2014 Winter Olympics in Russia if it gives asylum to Edward Snowden, says US senator.
'Snowden Greatest US Threat in Nation's History'American journalist claims NSA leaker, Edward Snowden, poses more of a threat to the U.S. than anyone in the nation’s history.
U.S.: Don't Give Snowden a 'Propaganda Platform'Letting Snowden stay in Russia is counter to the government's previous declarations, says White House spokesman.
Snowden Asks for Asylum in RussiaEdward Snowden tells activists he wants to claim asylum in Russia. The Kremlin: He can stay if he stops leaking info.
Microsoft Worked Closely with NSA, Documents ShowNew documents say that Microsoft collaborated with U.S. intelligence to allow users' communications to be intercepted.
Venezuela, Nicaragua Offer Asylum to NSA LeakerBolivia, Venezuela and Nicaragua have offered asylum to National Security Agency whistelblower Edward Snowden.
Edward's Snow JobA modern fairy tale.
Snowden Requests Asylum in AustriaFormer U.S. spy agency contractor Edward Snowden applied for political asylum via Russian embassy.
Putin: Snowden Should Stop Leaking InfoSnowden "should stop his work aimed at inflicting damage on our American partners," says Russian President.
Ecuador: Russia Will Decide Snowden's DestinationEcuador can't grant Endward Snowden asylum unless he's on Ecuadoran territory, explains President Rafael Correa.
Edward Snowden's Father Sets Return ConditionsSnowden’s father says he may return if conditions met.
Ecuador's President: No Decision Yet on SnowdenEcuador's president says his government has yet to consider whether to admit U.S. intelligence leaker Edward Snowden.
Snowden Affair Fuels 'Friction' Between US, RussiaRussia’s refusal to extradite former intelligence contractor Edward Snowden to US authorities has created additional "friction" in relations
White House to Russia: Expel Snowden, NowWhite House urges Russia to expel Edward Snowden without delay, saying Moscow has a "clear legal basis" for his expulsion.
Russia Denies Snowden Involvement as Mystery GrowsRussia’s foreign minister said on Tuesday that surveillance whistleblower Edward Snowden never crossed the border into the country.
US to Russia: Send Snowden Our WayThe U.S. is demanding that Russia hand over fugitive whistleblower Edward J. Snowden
Snowden Seeking Asylum in EcuadorThe man who leaked details of U.S. government surveillance programs is seeking asylum in Ecuador with the aid of WikiLeaks.
Snowden Leaves Hong Kong for 'Third Country'Former National Security Agency contractor Edward Snowden has reportedly left Hong Kong for a "third country."