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While President Obama is making reforms to the NSA's data collection programs, a new report says the agency's collection hasn't done anything to prevent another 9/11-like terror attack. CNN's Brianna Keilar reports.
CNN's Jim Sciutto reports on several reforms to the NSA and mass surveillance, which the White House is evaluating.
Edward Snowden's legal adviser discusses the possibility of his return to the United States.
The New York Times has called for clemency for NSA leaker Edward Snowden. Our panel debates possible ways forward.
A young generation of NSA hackers may be intercepting computer shipments and creating "dummy" web pages to monitor users.
Senator Rand Paul tells Wolf Blitzer that a recommended overhaul of NSA data collection doesn't go far enough.
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.
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.