An investigation launched by The Washington Post reveals that email conversations, intimate documents, photos and letters from civilians have been intercepted
A transparency report from the NSA sheds light on the agency's controversial telephone metadata collection program.
More than a year after Snowden walked off with a massive trove of top secret documents, the U.S. intelligence community still doesn't know what he has
The survey found that 55 percent of respondents think Snowden did the right thing in exposing PRISM, the mass data-mining program
The NSA released an email it says shows Snowden didn't go far with his complaints, but Snowden calls the release "incomplete"
The release of the April 2013 emails is the latest round in a battle between Snowden and the NSA
"I'm not supported by the Russian government. I'm not taking money from the Russian government. I'm not a spy," the NSA leaker said
Snowden said Germany's foreign intelligence agency, the BND, had used the same methods as the Americans
Putin claimed Russian authorities need consent from a court to conduct such surveillance on a specific individual
The whistleblower racks up another award along with a woman too often overlooked in the reports based on his information
The former president also called on Obama to reign in the scope of surveillance by the NSA
"I took an oath to support and defend the Constitution," the former intelligence contractor turned leaker said
The president curbs some NSA phone data collection programs, but leaves the system intact
Obama tries to reassure allies and the American people after Edward Snowden's revelations.