The US ambassador gets a tongue-lashing from Brazilian officials angry about NSA eavesdropping on their president, and Obama is likely to get an earful from spied-upon Europeans later this week at the G20 summit. One problem for the US: It doesn't know how much more will be leaked.
Newly published documents released by Edward Snowden indicate the US spied on the presidents of both countries.
President Barack Obama bowed to public concerns over US government data collection today.
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A local social network has offered him a job. Meanwhile, the decision to grant him asylum is still rattling US-Russia relations.
The NSA leaker made the claim in an e-mail to former Sen. Gordon Humphrey yesterday. Is it believable?
The former NSA contractor is on the run from the US. A supporter says he has thousands of documents that could do grave damage to the US.
Journalist Glenn Greenwald says the former NSA contractor has 'thousands of documents' that detail how the security agency operates.