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"These regimes were never going to be sustained," the former British Prime Minister says.
The paper obtains full text of 160,000 NSA-intercepted emails and instant messages.
A 31-year-old German intelligence employee was arrested last week.
"I believe that we have taken the appropriate measures to deal with the existing situation."
"I think it's my job to work with every president, if she regrettably obtains the presidency."
"This thing is in danger of spiraling out of control," the Arizona Republican says.
He says he and the president are looking into options "within the constraints of the law."
The Texas governor implies that the Obama administration wanted to create the border crisis.
Long says his city's police "did not have the equipment or staffing" to deal with protests.
The Wyoming Republican ties gains by extremists in Iraq to the the president.
The six are charged in a slaying that followed the death of 3 Israeli teens.
When the agency intercepted targeted foreigners' emails it also collected ordinary users' data.
Tim Jost says repealing it might not be a bad idea, if it's replaced with a better option for workers.
Political campaigns are uniquely vulnerable to hackers, criminals and ideological foes, experts say.
Secretary Jeh Johnson, Rep. Raul Labrador and Tony Blair are expected to appear.
Pittsburgh figures and reporters at his paper remember the conservative activist.
She says the earnings from her public speaking appearances go to the Clinton Foundation.
I have done some pretty awful things in the name of journalism, Simon says.
He uses a July 4 naturalization ceremony to vow that he'll keep fighting for immigration reform.
"There are people out there we have no control over," the Mississippi Republican says.