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The information taken by Snowden is getting less useful over time, the agency's No. 2 said.
"If I end up in chains in Guantanamo, I can live with that,” Snowden said.
A Russian official was quoted saying "Snowden’s life is still in danger."
Lawyer says Snowden has submitted application to stay in Russia.
In an interview, Clinton said she hopes Edward Snowden returns to the U.S.
New director acknowledges terrorists have changed behavior since leaks.
Ambassador Peter Westmacott said it's necessary that "real secrets remain secret."
“People use the phrase 'he who will not be named,' " Michael Hayden said.
"Some things we thought, he got he apparently didn’t," the intelligence director said.
The NSA leaker says he's "never felt as connected" to America as he does now.
Germans should engage in "direct dialogue" with the U.S. if they have concerns, an aide said.
Snowden's lawyer said he expected an answer "today or tomorrow."
Software should be a means of "defending our freedom," Snowden said.
She says mass surveillance has become a "dangerous habit rather than an exceptional measure."
The CIA didn't immediately tell the White House Germany had captured a U.S. spy.
Glenn Greenwald and others say Edward Snowden is not alone.
The Washington Post obtained documents leaked by Edward Snowden.
Smaller tech companies say they’re losing business because of privacy perceptions.
“Sometimes confidentiality is the best protection a whistleblower has," they wrote.
“In the course of violating important laws, he also provided an important service," Gore said.
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