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7 Things Edward Snowden Should Do in Russia

A year is barely enough time to study a country as strange and enormous as Russia. So Edward Snowden, the American whistle-blower who was granted a year of...

Briefing

THE WEEK THE TRAYVON MARTIN CASE CONCLUDED 'I THOUGHT WE WERE FRIENDS.' MIKE ENZI, incumbent Republican Senator from Wyoming, after learning that Liz Cheney...

Too Many Secrets? On Sneakers, and the NSA

George Orwell’s novel Nineteen Eighty-Four is the most famous fictional work about omnipresent government surveillance and its myriad risks. Yet, an...

How to Make a Buck in America

General David Petraeus agreed to teach a college course Monday for one dollar. See which other big-money employees are accepting pocket change for their work

South American Leaders Demand Apology in Plane Row

(COCHABAMBA, Bolivia) — South America's leftist leaders rallied to support Bolivian President Evo Morales after his plane was rerouted amid suspicions that NSA...

The Geeks Who Leak

The 21st century mole demands no payments for his secrets. He sees himself instead as an idealist, a believer in individual sovereignty and freedom from tyranny...

Top Secrets

One of the reasons Edward Snowden was apparently able to snag a well-paying job at Booz Allen Hamilton – to the firm’s eternal regret, no doubt – is that he...

Is Obama Prolonging The War In Syria?

Driven by humanitarianism, realpolitik or a combination of both, the Obama administration's Syria policy is entering a dangerous new phase.