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MOSCOW (AP) — Russian state news agency says US leaker Edward Snowden has been granted a document that allows him to leave the transit zone of a Moscow airport and enter Russia.
Lawmakers will have to take a stand on phone record data collection.
NSA administrator defends data-collection: 'You need a haystack to find a needle.'
Edward Snowden's experience reveals a lot about international cyber-issues.
National Operation Center's Twitter is used to monitor more than 300 newly named accounts.
Groups with 'controversial views' on marijuana, guns, religion, the environment and human rights join lawsuit.
Former New Hampshire politician says Snowden did 'the right thing.'
Edward Snowden supporters will bring flowers and thank you cards to D.C. embassies.
The public's choice of the 'fairly benign' term whistle-blower stands in contrast to bipartisan accusations of treason.
Edward Snowden didn't have to risk years in prison, senator who published Pentagon Papers says.