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Updated July 26, 2013 - 11:04 PM EDT
Feds: Web Firms Must Turn Over User Passwords
House Vote Reflects Growing Revolt Over NSA
  Rep. Holt Introduces 'Surveillance State Repeal Act'
  Narrow Defeat Spurs Privacy Advocates for Surveillance Fight
  How Nancy Pelosi Saved the NSA Surveillance Program
US Tells Russia It Won't Torture or Kill Snowden
  Senate Panel Votes Sanctions on Any Country Taking in Snowden
Ex-US General: We Pay a Price for Backing Israel
  Netanyahu Rushes Referendum Requirement as Peace Talks Near
Senators Rebel Against Obama on Egypt Coup
  Egypt Junta Reiterates Threats Ahead of Friday Protests
US 'Vetting' in Syria Boils Down to a Handshake
  Syria's Sectarian Divide Goes Regional
  Arrests in Attacks on Hezbollah: Lebanon Closing in on Rebel Group
US Gave 'Blank Check' in Afghan Justice Program
  Afghanistan Audits Reveal Billions in US Taxpayer Waste
Government: We’re At War With [Redacted]
Iraq Coffee Shops Targeted; 55 Killed, 89 Hurt
Prosecutor Paints Bradley Manning as Inhuman Monster
Asia-Pivot Makes Conflict More Likely: Philippines Edition
A Victory for Press Freedom Happens in Spite of Obama  by Jason Ditz
Obama’s Willing Executioners of the 4th Amendment  by Norman Solomon
Americans Oppose Syrian Entanglement, but Boehner Rejects Checks and Balances  by John Nichols
Democratic Establishment Unmasked: Prime Defenders of NSA Bulk Spying  by Glenn Greenwald Under Surveillance  by Kelley Vlahos
Domestic Snoops Win the Day  Washington Times

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Congress Challenges NSA
by Jacob Heilbrunn
Manning Trial Transcripts
Guardian Guide to NSA Files
Rand Paul Maintains Hold on FBI Nominee
The FBI Has Flown Drones Ten Times in US
Congress to Let US Trade Benefits for Ecuador Expire
WikiLeaks' Assange to Run for Australian Senate
Spying on Everyone
NSA Vote Cut Across Partisan Divides
US House Leaders Defend NSA Support After Close Vote
NSA's New Spy Facilities Are 7 Times Bigger Than the Pentagon
Special Hearing Committee on NSA Scandal in Germany
Snooping Fears: German Firms Race to Shield Secrets
The War at Home
Guantánamo Detainee Relatives Address US Senators
Manning Trial Sets Execution Precedent for Future Whistleblowers
Getting the Lead Out, Literally: US Army Plans Switch to 'Green' Bullets
US Navy Defends New Warship, Warns Against Slowing Production
Listing on Vietnam Wall Sought for Troops Killed in 1962 Plane Crash
Taliban Seize Entire Police Force in a Hamlet
Mazar-E-Sharif Suicides: Poisonous Freedom for Afghan Women
Pakistan Finds 20 Dead 'Militants' After Bombing Village
Tehreek-E-Taliban Jundullah Claims Responsibility for ISI Attack
Undeterred by Taliban, Climbers Scale Pakistan's Killer Mountain
North Korea Unveiling Its Greatest Cold War Prize: Captured US Navy Spy Ship USS Pueblo
Vietnam President Truong Tan Sang in Rare US Visit
Kazakh Dictator Renews Friendship With David Cameron
Europe Court: Khodorkovsky Case Not Political
On Mexico's Western Front, Cartel Violence Escalates
'The War Dehumanised Us': Colombia President
10 Killed, 66 Injured in Blast in Syrian Capital
Syria Lashes Out at US Move to Arm Rebels
UN Says Syria Death Toll Above 100,000
Homemade Grenades and Catapults: Introducing the DIY Arms of the Free Syrian Army
Defense Minister Ya'alon Limits EU Projects in West Bank, Gaza
Hamas Shuts Al Arabiya, Maan, Other Media Offices in Gaza
IDF Planned to Capture Hamas Leader in 2008 as Leverage for Gilad Shalit's Release
UN Rights Chief Criticizes Israeli Plan to Displace Bedouins, Move Them Into Urban Townships
US Jews Lend Support to Peace Talks in New Letter
Iraq Coffee Shops Targeted; 55 Killed, 89 Wounded
'Crude for Blood' – Return of Sectarian War Hits Oil Exports
Maliki: Current Constitution Not Fit for Building State
Middle East
US Makes It Easier to Sell Medical Supplies to Iran
Amnesty Slams US for 'Blatant Attempt' to Influence Journalist Case in Yemen
In Debate Over Military Aid to Egypt, Contractual Issues Loom Large for US
Egypt Islamist Leader Sharply Denounces Army Chief on Eve of Mass Rallies Called by Military
Tunisian Politician Mohamed Brahmi Assassinated
Second Opposition Leader Assassinated in Tunisia
Thousands Protest in Tunis After Secular Politician Slain
Assassination Dampens Hopes for Stability
Rocket Strikes UAE Mission in Libya
Marathon Considers Selling Libya Oil Stake
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The Battle for the Amash Amendment: Victory in Defeat

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The Lobby Never Sleeps

Ivan Eland
Reforms of Domestic Government Surveillance

Kelley B. Vlahos
Paul, Cruz Show Backbone on Military Rape Issue

Nebojsa Malic
The Meaning of Words

David R. Henderson
Rand’s Stand

Ran HaCohen
Purim and Genocidal Phantasies

Charles V. Peña
Cyberwar for Me but Not for Thee

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