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  • Watch: 'The Newsroom' Final Season Trailer Depicts Boston Marathon Bombing

    The news cycle is on rewind in the first trailer for the third and final season of "The Newsroom," which takes you back to the tragic events of April 2013. The HBO drama, which has been based on real-life events from day one, picks up this season about...
  • White supremacist found guilty of sending death threats

    White supremacist found guilty of sending death threats
    When Virginia white supremacist William White sent death threats to Central Florida law enforcers in 2012, he covered his digital tracks, according to testimony in his trial this week. But despite an encrypted laptop and untraceable Internet...
  • Twitter demanda a Depto. Justicia EEUU por derecho a revelar pedidos de vigilancia

    Twitter demanda a Depto. Justicia EEUU por derecho a revelar pedidos de vigilancia
    Twitter Inc demandó el martes al Departamento de Justicia de Estados Unidos, intensificando su batalla con las agencias federales en momentos en que el autoproclamado paladín de la libertad de expresión en internet busca lograr el derecho de revelar los...
  • Las Vegas shooters saw government as the enemy

    Las Vegas shooters saw government as the enemy
    They were happily married and unhappily American. Six months ago, Jerad and Amanda Miller left home in Indiana on a cross-country road trip with their two cats to start a new life in Las Vegas. Amanda, 22, had a part-time job at Hobby Lobby; Jerad, 31,...
  • Hillary Clinton's new book generates campaign-style heat

    Hillary Clinton's new book generates campaign-style heat
    In her first interviews as “Hard Choices” was published on Tuesday, Hillary Rodham Clinton insisted that her new book was not, as one reporter suggested, a “classic campaign book.” Nor had she decided, she said, whether she would...
  • Rachel Marsden: CIA makes an ill-advised foray into the Twitterverse

    PARIS -- On June 6, the Central Intelligence Agency joined the social media platform Twitter with its first tweet: "We can neither confirm nor deny that this is our first tweet." Presumably this is an attempt by the agency to develop its "brand." Here's...
  • Hillary Clinton: She's no Obama

     Hillary Clinton: She's no Obama
    Hillary Rodham Clinton wants you to know that when it comes to foreign policy, she's one tough lady. Tougher, say, than President Obama. Most of Clinton's 656-page memoir of her tenure as secretary of State, "Hard Choices," is pretty much what you'd...
  • Intelligence community has only itself to blame [Letter]

    Intelligence community has only itself to blame [Letter]
    Again, we have the "blame the media" scenario ("The Snowden stigma," June 9). A former intelligence officer tries awfully hard to make this point: "Edward Snowden's leaks and their media coverage have unfairly maligned the intelligence industry." But...
  • Maryland's stagnant economy [Editorial]

    Maryland's stagnant economy  [Editorial]
    The latest report from the U.S. Department of Commerce reveals that Maryland's gross domestic product or GDP, a primary measure of the economy's health, was unchanged in 2013. That zero growth rate caused Maryland to be ranked second to last among all...
  • Edward Snowden 'confused,' John Kerry says

    Edward Snowden 'confused,' John Kerry says
        In an NBC interview, NSA leaker Edward Snowden has said he trained as a spy and never intended to wind up in Russia. The full interview, with Brian Williams questioning Snowden last week in Moscow, will air at 10 p.m. Wednesday (tonight) on...
  • Former NSA contractor Edward Snowden says he was a trained spy

    WASHINGTON — Edward Snowden, who has admitted disclosing secret U.S. surveillance operations at home and abroad, says he was “trained as a spy” and given false names and undercover assignments abroad that made him more than a low-level...