Sep 13, 2016
Edward Snowden, the exiled National Security Agency whistle-blower, said he will seek a pardon from President Barack Obama.Proceed to the page: http://linkis.com/cVJ4e
Edward Snowden is making his case for a presidential pardon, saying his decision to steal and release a trove of highly classified National Security Agency documents helped bring about vital reforms.
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In a major speech Friday on the future of the National Security Agency, President Barack Obama
The White House says President Barack Obama continues to believe that former National Security Agency contractor Edward Snowden should return to the United
US intelligence whistleblower Edward Snowden called on President Barack Obama to pardon him, saying in comments published Tuesday it had been morally "necessary" to shine a light on mass surveillance.
A one-time tax on U.S. firms' foreign profits to pay for roads and bridges back home is great political theater for President Barack Obama but terrible economics that will drive good companies overseas, says economist Peter Morici.
No expressions of sympathy or regret can resurrect Eric Garner, the New York City man killed by police in July. Garner died after an officer placed him in what appears to be a chokehold during an arrest for allegedly selling untaxed cigarettes, an offense not usually regarded as a capital...
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