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Edward Snowden Responds to 'Snowden' Movie Trailer
Lara Spencer reports the buzziest stories of the day in "GMA" Pop News.
Senate Blocks Access to Online Data Without Warrant
The Senate has blocked an expansion of the government's power to investigate suspected terrorists by allowing the FBI to obtain a person's digital fingerprints without first securing a judge's permission
Capitol Hill Buzz: House Takes Aim at Military Band Spending
The House has voted to spend less on brass and woodwinds so there's more money for bullets and bombs
DIVIDED AMERICA: Constructing Our Own Intellectual Ghettos
Growth in partisan media allows Americans to get news tailored to their political views
'Jason Bourne': Everything We've Learned From Official Trailer
"Jason Bourne" is back and the official trailer dropped late Wednesday night. This "Bourne" is really the first cannon movie that deviates completely from the Robert Ludlum books; it's based off former NSA contractor Edward Snowden and the privacy debate. But the new clip brings the same old great
Here's How People Reacted to the New $20 Bill
You will soon be seeing a new face on your paper money. Harriet Tubman will replace Andrew Jackson on the front of the $20 bill, a Treasury Department spokesman said today. The redesign follows an initiative to redesign the $10 bill, which will keep Alexander Hamilton on the front, but have new
Panama Papers Expose Potential Worldwide Corruption Scandal
The secret documents reportedly reveal that some of the world's richest and most powerful people hid hidden billions of dollars in offshore companies.
AdBlock's Ironic Approach to World Day Against Cyber Censorship
AdBlock, the browser extension that is known for blocking annoying advertisements, is taking an ironic approach to celebrating World Day Against Cyber Censorship by showing its 50 million users advertisements featuring Edward Snowden , Pussy Riot and other activists known for their support of free
Why Apple Is Right to Protect Your Privacy
Apple co-founder Steve Jobs understood what people wanted. His insistence on making hard things easier — for instance, using a personal computer — was an essential part of the Apple success story. Apple CEO Tim Cook has been doing the same thing — but now the “hard thing” is privacy and encryption.