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Updated June 14, 2013 - 11:29 PM EDT
US Considers Syria No-Fly Zone
  White House: Syria Crossed 'Red Line' on Chemical Arms
  UN: Over 100,000 Likely Killed in Syria War
  Hagel, Israeli DM Talks to Focus on Attacking Syria
  Bill Clinton Suggests Obama Risks Looking Like a 'Wuss' on Syria
US Cyber Force Ready to Unleash Hell
  Inside the NSA's Ultra-Secret China Hacking Group
  Pressure Builds on US Over Hong Kong Civilian Hacking Allegations
Congress Tired of Playing '20 Questions' With NSA
  NSA Surveillance, Extradition Fight Strain US-China Ties
  Feinstein: NSA Doesn't Need Court Order to Search Phone Database
  FBI Chief: Mass Surveillance Could've Stopped 9/11
  Senators Challenge NSA's Claim to Have Foiled 'Dozens' of Attacks
Turkey PM: 'Final Warning' to Istanbul Protesters
6 Afghan Police Killed in Apparent Insider Attack
Pentagon: Manning's Leak of Massacre Video 'Helped Enemy'
Israel Announces Major West Bank Settlement Expansions
First, Do No Harm  by Jason Ditz
Clarity From Snowden, Murk From Progressive Politicians  by Norman Solomon
Obama Speaks With Forked Tongue on Surveillance  by Sheldon Richman
Secrecy's Tangled Web of Deceit  by Ray McGovern
When Will the Dirty Wars End?  by Steve Fake
I Am Worried. You Should Be Too.  by Emily Bazelon

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Edward Snowden Probably Didn't Commit Treason
Confidence in Congress Falls to Lowest on Record: 10%
Snowden Leaks Caused US 'Significant Harm': Mueller
Gitmo Court Adjourns for Session So Secret Even Defendant Is Excluded
Calls Grow in China to Press Claim for Okinawa
Egypt Says Citizens Free to Join Fight in Syria
Syria Rebels Seize Key Army Position in Hama: Activists
Carney: Obama 'Welcomes' Advice From Bill Clinton on Attacking Syria
US Should Stay Out of Syria, American Expert Warns
Helping Syria Must Involve Iran, Says UK Diplomat
Erdogan Backers: Use Guns, Not Tear-Gas on Protesters
No Clear Result After Turkish PM, Protesters Meet
Premier, in Handling Protests, Asserts His Role at Center of Turkish Politics
Why Turks Are Good at Protesting
Palestine Decries Israel's New Outposts Plan
Mossad and Shin Bet Continue Their Game of Hide-and-Seek in Israel's New Budget
Gaza Farmers: Exports to Israel Could Improve Ties
Gaza Suffers Drop in Foreign Aid Over War in Syria
Israeli Police: Christian Cemetery Defaced
The Most Humane Little Checkpoint
3,000 Bedouins Protest: 'With Blood We'll Redeem Our Land'
Senior PA Official: Netanyahu Is Not an Extremist
Fatah: Livni Constrained by Settler-Led Government
Sunni Governor Unhurt in Assassination Attempt, Two Others Killed
A Decade Has Passed Since the Invasion of Iraq, but the Debate Goes On
Allawi: Maliki's Visit to Kurdistan Is to Calm Tensions Because of His Failure to Run the Country
Big Question as Iran Picks a President: Will Reformists Turn Out to Vote?
BBC Condemns Iran Over 'Harassment' Ahead of Elections
Middle East
Yemen: Crackdown on Protest Leaves 9 Dead
Morsi's Rule Said Threatened by Impending Protests
Source: Poland, Czechs Balk on Blacklisting Hezbollah
Jordan Passes Abu Qatada Treaty
Bahrain Arrests 'Iran-Linked' Cyber Group
UK Army Chief Sir Peter Wall Warns Cuts Could Be Dangerous
The War at Home
State Department Has Hired Agents With Criminal Records, Memo Reveals
Rand Paul: Jesus Was Antiwar
Supreme Court Bans Protests on Its Grounds
Third Guantanamo Inmate Requests Victim Status in Poland
Undercover CIA Agent Sues Agency Over Stalled Probe of Alleged War Crimes
Spying on Everyone
Inside the NSA: Peeling Back the Curtain on America's Intelligence Agency
Two Lawmakers: Terrorists Change Tactics After Leaks
NSA Surveillance: Poll Finds Majority in US Want Greater Oversight
NSA to Release Details of Attacks It Claims Were Foiled by Surveillance
Ron Paul 'Not Shocked' by the NSA
Rand Paul: Every Cell Phone Likely Tracked
Edward Snowden and China
FBI Director Says US Will Hold Snowden Responsible on NSA Leak
Chinese State Media Suggest That NSA Disclosures Will Hurt US Ties
In First Response to Snowden, China Skirts Direct Comment
Snowden's Hong Kong Asylum Request Could Take Years to Process
Hong Kong Groups Plan Protest to Support Edward Snowden
Snowden on US Govt: 'If They Want to Get You, They'll Get You in Time'
50 Taliban Militants Killed in Afghan Operations
UN Says Child Casualties in Afghanistan Rise Dramatically
Mob Attacks Afghan Doctor and Female Patient
Unmanned Marine Helo Crashes in Afghanistan
NATO: Afghan Air Force to Be Fully Equipped Within Eight Years
Pakistan Conveys Concerns to US Over Drone Attacks
Foreign Ministry Secret Funds Abolished, Says Spokesman
Video: Facebook Backlash as US Ambassador Tours Pakistan in Online Video
Pakistan Military Technology Row 'Threatens Israel's Strategic Relationship With India'
India Maoists: Three Die in Attack on Train in Bihar
Vietnamese Police Arrest Blogger for Criticism; Minister Warns of Impact of Dissent
Tensions Between Government and Militias Come to a Head
TV Channel Offices Attacked in Libya's Benghazi
South Africa to Hand Back Gadhafi's Money
Ethiopia Ratifies Controversial Nile Accord
More Than 6,000 People Flee to Niger From Northeast Nigeria
Khartoum Says Rebels Based in South Sudan Caused Oil Pipeline Blast
General Wanted Over Ugandan Memo Leak Now Hiding in Britain
Zimbabwe's Opposition Rejects Mugabe's Election Date
Argentina's Ex-Leader Menem Jailed Over Arms Smuggling
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It's a Riot!

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Don't Forget Syria

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NSA Snooping on Americans Is Unconstitutional and Outrageous

Kelley B. Vlahos
Assange + Manning: Sacrifices Bearing Fruit

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Rand’s Stand

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Purim and Genocidal Phantasies

Charles V. Peña
Cyberwar for Me but Not for Thee

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