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The NSA leaker Edward Snowden, stuck in Russia where he has been granted temporary political asylum, has offered a deal to Brazil: In exchange for assistance in fighting NSA surveillance, give me political asylum. CNN's Jim Sciutto reports.
The civil war in Syria has reached new lows of chaos and violence as the Syrian opposition continues to fracture between moderate rebels and Islamist extremists - with the Islamists gaining the upper hand. CNN's Jim Sciutto reports on the deteriorating state of the opposition.
A "60 Minutes" report about the Benghazi attacks is under fire for including details that may have been inaccurate.
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.
The Obama administration is dealing with unhappy allies over the latest batch of NSA leaks. Jim Sciutto reports.
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CNN's Jim Sciutto reports on two new studies from human rights groups that slam the U.S. for its drone strikes that may be causing more harm than good in the war on terror.
New details are emerging on the two Navy SEAL raids that targeted terrorists in Somalia and Libya this past weekend. CNN's Jim Sciutto reports on the changing American counterterrorism strategy and how successful these raids were.
Will the government shutdown make the U.S. more vulnerable to a cyberattack? CNN's Jim Sciutto reports on how furloughs are impacting the government's cybersecurity teams.