Some say the media has done a less-than-stellar job of reporting on the Occupy Wall Street protests these last few weeks, but the 99 percent found a way to circumvent that: They published and distributed their own newspaper Saturday, aptly named The Occupied Wall Street Journal. (more)
On Monday, Vice President Dick Cheney's office allowed that it has "dozens of documents" detailing the Bush administration's controversial warrant-free overseas wiretapping program, according to The Washington Post, but it doesn't seem likely that Cheney's cohorts will fork them over without a struggle.
When Pa Sen Rick Santorum went on Fox to make what turned out to be a bogus claim about WMDs in Iraq, did he violate federal law by holding classified documents up to the camera? Greg Sargent has more .
This is the big one, folks Wired News unearths internal AT&T documents that show how the telecom company, at the behest of the government, built "secret rooms" in cities across America that enable the NSA "to look at every individual message on the Internet and analyze exactly what people are doing"