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UN plans to contact US over Der Spiegel's NSA bugging allegations

American intelligence agencies bugged the United Nations, hacking into video conferences in the building.

88-year-old Okinawa vet beaten to death by two teens (VIDEO)

An 88-year-old World War II veteran died Thursday after he was brutally beaten by two teenagers in Spokane, Wash.

Bradley Manning, WikiLeaks whistleblower, wants to go by Chelsea

Bradley Manning wants to go by the name Chelsea and undergo hormone therapy.

NSA able to spy on 75 percent of US internet traffic

The United States' National Security Agency (NSA) can observe more online communications of Americans than once believed.

NSA broke privacy rules thousands of times, trained to cover up violations

A new report from the Washington Post shows that the NSA violated privacy rules thousands of times since 2008.

David Kwiatkowski, lab technician accused of spreading hep C, to plead guilty

David Kwiatkowski agreed to the plea Monday in order to avoid criminal charges in three states.

Anthony Weiner sent more lewd extramarital texts after resignation (VIDEO)

Anthony Weiner, former congressman and New York City mayoral candidate, is in hot water again with new allegations of extramarital sexting.

US Congress to vote on limiting NSA surveillance powers

It will be the first vote held by Congress on restricting NSA surveillance since former NSA contractor Edward Snowden leaked documents detailing the NSA’s PRISM program to the Guardian and the Washington Post.

Helen Thomas, famed White House correspondent, dies at 92

Celebrated reporter and long-time White House correspondent Helen Thomas is dead at 92.

Snowden leaks prompt overhaul of security at NSA

The National Security Agency announced that it would be implementing new measures to prevent classified information leaks.
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