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Just over two years ago, Air Force Major General Margaret Woodward was leading the U.S. air war against Libya that ultimately toppled Muammar Gaddafi. Now she’s fighting a more formidable foe.
We pretty much knew everything that has “broken” in the past week. The NSA has been involved in a legal data-mining operation for almost a decade.
As security experts, law enforcement officials and the public at-large ponders where NSA surveillance leaker James Snowden will end up next, TIME reviews the fates of 10 other whistle-blowers
@HillaryClinton has been confirmed to be Hillary Clinton’s official Twitter account
TIME speaks with two members of the Russian dissident girl band Pussy Riot as their videos and music are banned in Russia.
In the news: Edward Snowden, the Chinese Dream, Putin’s petro state, Jason Furman, Silicon Valley politics, and Chewbacca
China’s President Xi Jinping announced that he was looking for the establishment of a “new model of major country relationship” with the United States, as he expressed urgency in taking steps to prevent another Cold War
The University of Pittsburgh Medical Center is now under fire from local labor organizers who want to unionize its workforce, a competing health care system that’s eyeing its customer base and, lately, the mayor of Pittsburgh.
Here’s what we know so far about his background, political affiliation, security clearance, and future
As a culture, we seem to be in an apocalyptic moment. Judging from the movie trailers, it looks like the human race is basically screwed this summer in After Earth, World War Z, and This Is the End—a comedy!—while Washington …
But Chinese President Xi Jinping is told continued hacking will sour relationship with the U.S.
Following near-simultaneous reports from the Guardian and the Washington Post this week, Director of National Intelligence James Clapper said that contrary to press reports, “PRISM is not an undisclosed collection or data mining program.”