NBC News’ Brian Williams followed up his interview with Edward Snowden on Wednesday night with a panel discussion on whether Snowden is a hero or traitor. It was a cowardly and venal thing to do, and Williams should be ashamed of himself.
Investigative reporter Glenn Greenwald published an expose this week detailing how the NSA has been feeding "propaganda" to various news publications, which have happily played along.
In a speech at Oxford University, the Truthdig columnist frames his team's argument in a debate on how we should view Snowden (left), the systems analyst who exposed the massive surveillance of Americans.In a speech at Oxford University, the Truthdig columnist frames his team's argument in a debate on how we should view Snowden (above), the systems analyst who exposed the massive surveillance of Americans.
The vindictiveness toward Edward Snowden in official Washington has nothing to do with law breaking and everything to do with the privileges of power.
NSA officials are considering allowing whistle-blower Edward Snowden to return to the United States in exchange for the massive trove of documents he took from the agency and gave to reporters in June.
Glenn Greenwald responds to accusations from news personalities that he has "monopolized" and "privatized" reporting on documents given to him by former NSA contractor Edward Snowden.
In an increasingly phantasmagorical world, here’s my present fantasy of choice.
The NSA's top snoop spent four hours in classified briefings Tuesday trying to persuade members of the House to vote down an amendment that would defund the agency's blanket surveillance of Americans.
A handful of media stories, blog posts and academic studies have been skeptical about such attention-getting figures. But that has not stopped an array of government officials and politicians from continuing to cite them as authoritative. Now, ProPublica has found new grounds to question the data and methods used to generate them.