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GCHQ recorded one still image every 5 minutes, including sexually explicit ones, of Yahoo users worldwide
One of 11 times charges brought for disclosing information to media in US history, 8 since Obama took office in 2009
Obama says the U.S. won't spy on foreign leaders — but what about spying for them?
Report blames State Department and intel agencies for failing to stop assault that killed ambassador, three others
Disclosures seen as part of White House's campaign to justify surveillance, following leaks by Edward Snowden
Some NSA officials have said they would consider granting the whistle-blower amnesty if he agrees to stop leaks
Ex-FBI agent Bob Levinson disappeared in Iran six years ago while working for a rogue CIA operation
Study shows intelligence gathering at fusion centers is out of line with accepted standard of reasonable suspicion
WikiLeaks and EBay co-founder engage on Twitter after Anonymous admits to disrupting access to PayPal site.
Sen. John McCain, R-Ariz., said that the Crimea region of Ukraine might already be lost to Russian control