On an August workday in 2011, a cherubic 18-year-old Icelandic man named Sigurdur “Siggi” Thordarson walked through the stately doors of the U.S. embassy in Reykjavík, his jacket pocket concealing.....
Today’s revelations that the National Security Agency collected bulk data on the email traffic of millions of Americans provides startling evidence for the first time to support a whistleblower’s .......
Ecuador's government gave the Obama administration a defiant response in the face of warnings not to grant asylum to NSA leaker Edward Snowden, sending the message that it does not need U.S. aid and assistance.
If you're still not sure whether the US government considers WikiLeaks a threat, a new Wired investigation begins in 2011 with "a cherubic 18-year-old Icelandic man" who served as the first FBI-recruited double-agent inside of WikiLeaks.
Distractions about my past and personal life have emerged – an inevitable side effect for those who challenge the US government
In this remarkable conversation, Sibel Edmonds reflects on Russ Tice's recent revelations to Boiling Frogs Post and The Corbett Report that the NSA has wiretapped top government officials for years.
When the mainstream media shows you something with their right hand, watch what the left hand is doing.
Washington's allegations over US fugitive Edward Snowden are 'unacceptable' as he never crossed the Russian border, Russia's Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov has said. As a consequence, any attempt to accuse or threaten Moscow by the US is unfounded.
As the U.S. government presses Moscow to extradite former National Security Agency contractor Edward Snowden, America’s most wanted leaker has a plan B.
It is hard to understand the fuss that Washington and its media whores are making over Edward Snowden.
• Vladimir Putin says Snowden is in Moscow airport transit zone and has committed no crime in Russia • Russian president says NSA whistleblower will not be extradited to US
WikiLeaks says that former National Security Agency contractor Edward Snowden is "safe and well," a brief statement that gave no indication of how the information was obtained and did little to clear up the mystery concerning his whereabouts.
A friend of Michael Hastings told Fox News today that the Rolling Stone journalist was working on the “the biggest story yet” about the CIA before his suspicious death and that Hastings drove “like a grandma,” making it extremely out of character for
The trial of a U.S. soldier accused of providing classified materials to WikiLeaks is unique for the size of the leak and also faces the unresolved cyber-age issue of whether Tweets and Web pages can be admitted as evidence.
President Obama has been criticized for years for his use of the controversial 1917 Act. He is responsible for six of the nine total indictments ever brought under the Act. More than all presidents before him and putting Richard Nixon to shame.
Snowden, wherever he is, probably wants to avoid countries that have extradition treaties with the U.S.
Concerns that the NSA Leaker Edward Snowden is not who he Purports to be
This little-appreciated fact should be pointed out to those who have claimed there was something inappropriate about Edward Snowden receiving help from Russia in his search for political asylum from the world’s most powerful and lawless regime.
We used to honor whistle-blowers as the media fulfilled its mission to be the watchman on the wall of tyranny. Increasingly, these watchmen are finding themselves watched and are often targeted for elimination, or at least they meet a suspicious andEntered By: Dave Hodges
It warned Western Hemisphere nations that Snowden "should not be allowed to proceed in any further international travel, other than is necessary to return him to the United States," a State Department official said.
Hong Kong Chief Executive Leung Chun-ying on Monday defended his government’s handling of the case of US whistle-blower Edward Snowden after the US expressed disappointment over the city’s failure to arrest the fugitive intelligence leaker.
As reported by the Associated Press, Edward Snowden managed to evade U.S. authorities and fly to Ecuador where he is apparently being granted political asylum.
Millions of federal employees and contractors must watch for “high-risk persons or behaviors” among co-workers and could face penalties, including criminal charges, for failing to report them. Leaks to the media are equated with espionage.
URGENT PRESS RELEASE FOR JAILED HOMEOWNER BARBARA BRATTON. EGREGIOUS ABUSE OF POWER. TYRANNY OUT OF CONTROL. THIS IS WAR. WILL YOU DO YOUR PART?
Federal prosecutors filed a criminal complaint against Edward Snowden, and the US has asked Hong Kong to detain him on a provisional arrest warrant, Snowden was charged with espionage, theft and conversion of government property
It's time to stop the war on whistle-blowers.
The head of a newly revived federal privacy oversight board pledged on Wednesday to be "as transparent and public as possible" as the board reviews recently exposed U.S. government secret surveillance programs.
NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden has several potential ways to avoid trial in America if and when the U.S. government files criminal charges against him, extradition experts and law enforcement officials told Sari Horwitz and Jia Lynn Yang of The Was
Ecuador would consider granting asylum to whistleblower Edward Snowden, the ex-CIA employee who single-handedly disclosed the U.S. National Security Agency (NSA)'s PRISM mass-surveillance program, a top Ecuadorian official said.
This guy exposes the MSM actually blows them apart with truth.