Jordanians ‘suspicious’ about US military deployment

Jordanians ‘suspicious’ about US military deployment

Microsoft wants to reveal US data queries
MICROSOFT has joined Google in a legal push for permission to disclose more information about secret government requests for data, according to a US court filing.

Senators accuse US of using ‘secret law’ to collect data
Bipartisan group seeks answers from intelligence chief James Clapper over scale of and justification for NSA surveillance

How the NSA is still harvesting your online data
Files show vast scale of current NSA metadata programs, with one stream alone celebrating ‘one trillion records processed’

Restricted web access to The Guardian is Armywide, officials say
Security concerns cited in blocking Guardian news

Ecuador to US: We Won’t Be ‘Blackmailed’ over Snowden
Vowing not to be bullied, nation cancels trade pact preemptively and offers US human rights training

Edward Snowden Isn’t on the Run… We Are
The lessons of the US whistleblower in Anne Applebaum’s Russia

Edward Snowden: in defence of whistleblowers
Daniel Ellsberg, the leaker of the Pentagon Papers 40 years ago, was smeared and denounced at the time

Ecuador snubs US trade ‘blackmail’ over Snowden, offers human rights training

Ecuador cools on Edward Snowden asylum as Assange frustration grows

WikiLeaks Volunteer Was a Paid Informant for the FBI

On Paula Deen, the Big House Kitchen and Where Them Hoecakes Really Came From

Paula Deen’s upcoming book nixed by publisher
Paula Deen’s upcoming cookbook, currently the No. 1 seller on Amazon.com, has been dropped by its publisher.

Now Paula Deen’s new book will never see the light of day: Publisher DROPS race-row TV chef despite her pre-order sales making latest publication number one title on Amazon

Paula Deen fallout: QVC to “take a pause,” Sears cuts ties
Paula Deen’s empire continues to crumble, as more of her partnerships fall apart. The latest? QVC and Sears Holdings Corp., which runs retailers Sears and Kmart.

Carter: Paula Deen should be forgiven
Former President Jimmy Carter said embattled celebrity chef Paula Deen should be forgiven, arguing that while there’s no condoning the racial slurs she uttered, the well-known personality has been candid and apologetic.

Mich. ban on domestic partner benefits blocked
A federal judge on Friday blocked Michigan’s ban on domestic partner benefits for employees who work for public schools or local governments, saying state lawmakers simply wanted to punish gays and lesbians.

Ex-Pentagon general target of leak investigation, sources say
Legal sources tell NBC News that the former second ranking officer in the U.S. military is now the target of a Justice Department investigation into a politically sensitive leak of classified information about a covert U.S. cyber attack on Iran’s nuclear program.

US to Have Arms in Syrian Rebel Hands Within a Month
Weapons Already En Route to Jordan Warehouses

With multiple missions, U.S. military steps up Africa focus

U.S. judge throws out Abu Ghraib detainees’ torture case

Report: Netanyahu Willing to Withdraw From 90 Percent of West Bank
Top Minister Warns Likud Will Split Over Deal

China and South Korea Urge North Korea to Resume Nuclear Talks

Alleged Boston Marathon bomber hit with 30-count indictment including weapon of mass destruction charge

The Executive Branch of the U.S. Government: World’s Most Evil and Lawless Institution?

Arnold August: Left Forum Presentation

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