Top U.S. Leaders To Honor Former VP Walter Mondale In WashingtonSome of the country's top leaders are set to honor former Vice President Walter Mondale. The event takes place in Washington next week, and will include former President Jimmy Carter and Vice President Joe Biden.
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U.S. Lawmakers Working Long Hours To Extend Key Patriot Act ProvisionsUnited States Senators worked late Friday night and into Saturday morning, but failed to work out a deal on government surveillance programs.
Sen. Franken Introduces Bill To Protect Phone DataSince it was revealed that the National Security Administration collects phone data from millions of Americans, several bills have been introduced to address that issue. Minnesota Sen. Al Franken introduced the USA Freedom Act in the Senate Thursday.
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Minn. Parody Artists Wins Case Against NSA, Homeland SecurityFederal authorities have dropped an attempt to block a Minnesota man from marketing merchandise poking fun at the National Security Agency for its surveillance of citizens. Dan McCall, of Sauk Rapids, is claiming victory against the NSA and the Department of Homeland Security.
Sauk Rapids Graphic Artist Challenges National Security AgencyIt was Edward Snowden's revelations of domestic spying by the National Security Agency that hatched the idea -- graphic artist Dan McCall would take the NSA’s emblem and create a new look with a funny twist. "When I got finished I thought, this is pretty good - I thought it was fun," McCall said.
Good Question: Why Does Snowden Seek Ecuador? Russian president Vladimir Putin said Tuesday that the man who leaked secret documents about a U.S. surveillance program is holed up inside the Moscow airport. On Sunday, Edward Snowden flew from Hong Kong to Russia - a country that has no extradition agreement with the US.
Franken 'Very Well Aware Of' NSA Tracking Phone RecordsUS Sen. Al Franken, D-Minn., says he's not surprised by revelations that federal security agencies collect phone and computer data on American citizens.
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Talking Points: Do US Surveillance Programs Abuse Privacy Rights?The man who leaked the information about U.S. surveillance programs has come forward -- voluntarily.
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