The ballerina Edward Snowden left behind

by -NO AUTHOR- -- (DAILYMAIL) — The whistleblower who leaked the NSA's secrets thought about marrying his girlfriend and had previously taken her on a romantic break to Hong Kong - where more…

NSA leaker Snowden vanishes from sight

by -NO AUTHOR- -- (REUTERS) — A contractor at the National Security Agency who leaked details of top-secret U.S. surveillance programs dropped out of sight in Hong Kong on Monday ahead of more…

Proof Obama is moving further left

by -NO AUTHOR- -- [ooyala code="Z0ODhiYzoo0coNhzbUnXHfOyBGs9htOo"] Former U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations John Bolton said the nomination of Samantha Power to serve in his former position is an act of defiance more…

Obama repackages Kenyan aid scheme

by Steve Peacock -- The Obama administration is relaunching a strategy to shift vast quantities of money from the United States to Kenya, even though the African nation was stripped of a more…

Secret NSA mind reading at U.S. university?

by Aaron Klein -- Does the National Security Agency run covert facilities at the University of Maryland or any other U.S. university? There is information that one such facility may be involved more…

How NSA scandal is helping Obama

by Drew Zahn -- Outrage over National Security Administration surveillance measures of American citizens actually comes as a welcome relief for President Obama, argued radio host Aaron Klein on Sunday. The reason, more…

CIA says it 'wants to know everything'

by Bob Unruh -- [ooyala code="c4MTJiYzqYgctExP8vvlcFz4W8G6P7aN"] So far, the Central Intelligence Agency largely has remained out of the spotlight of snooping scandals that have touched agencies such at the National Security Agency more…

DOJ regards criticism of Islam, Obama as criminal?

by Jerome R. Corsi -- The U.S. attorney who warned last week that "inflammatory speech" against Islam could violate civil-rights laws was the prosecutor who brought firearms charges against a Navy veteran who more…

IRS tells ministry: You can't talk about that

by Bob Unruh -- [ooyala code="g4NDViYzq0HVPuUjf7P1jZxVmKC36p8Y"] An audio recording captures an Internal Revenue Service agent stumbling and hesitating her way through a telephone call in which she tells a leader of a more…

The big flip-off: Company doesn't give feds data

by Chelsea Schilling -- The federal government may be secretly accessing Americans' online videos, emails, photos and search histories – with the help of Apple, Google, Microsoft, Yahoo, Facebook, YouTube, PalTalk, AOL and more…