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Signaling it will not tolerate ongoing surveillance by U.S. agencies, Germany expelled a top CIA spy from Berlin.
Allegations of spying by the United States have angered German officials. CNN's Jim Acosta reports.
Brian Todd examines claims that the NSA intercepted phone calls coming out of the Vatican.
Wolf talks about recent NSA leaks, espionage and trust among allies with the German Foreign Minister, Guido Westerwelle.
A Washington Post report says the NSA tapped into overseas communications links for Yahoo and Google data centers.
European leaders are demanding an explanation after new reports regarding NSA spying on U.S. allies.
As Pfc. Bradley Manning's sentencing phase began Wednesday morning, the convicted leaker has already tallied 1,274 days behind bars.
The question now is how many more of the potential 136 years he'll serve.
The military will give Manning credit for each of his 1,162 days of pre-trial confinement, plus the judge, Col. Denise Lind, credited Manning with an additional 112 days for the harsh treatment he suffered while being held at a Marine Corps Base Quantico brig.FULL STORY
The FBI released images showing how a Russian spy ring operated in the U.S. for a decade. Jill Dougherty reports.