News bites: EU officials angry over spying claims

Wendy Davis became a progressive politico hero thanks to a reliable livestream of the Texas legislature, one thing other state governments lack, according to The New York Times.

European officials threatened investigations and sanctions against the U.S. after a German newspaper reported that U.S. intelligence agencies installed listening devices in European Union offices, The Associated Press writes. 

Julian Assange of WikiLeaks said Edward Snowden is stuck in the transit area of a Russian airport, according to The Washington Post.

U.S. prosecutors filed criminal charges against a Chinese wind-turbine manufacturer for allegedly stealing source code that belonged to an American company via cyber spying, The Wall Street Journal reports.

U.S Treasury Secretary Jack Lew said he plans to keep up the pressure on China over cybersecurity and espionage campaigns waged by the country, Reuters says.