The company are accusing the NSA of 'straining the backbone of democracy'.
Russia has been carrying out frequent tests and drills of its nuclear capabilities since pulling out of an inspection agreement with the U.S.
The President's executive action on immigration, which includes deportation relief for millions of illegal immigrants, will remain in place.
After years in Russia, Snowden may be ready to face trial in the U.S.
An estimated 85 percent of DHS workers will still report to work, though without pay.
Obama's immigration policies in dispute.
London schoolgirls' flight to Syria shows the failure of anti-piracy-style 'cat and mouse' monitoring of social media.
Users complain they were not made aware of the the software that could be capable of collecting sensitive data.
Experts are concerned that negotiations over Greek debt are ignoring the country's strategic importance.
The latest version of the iconic toy can connect to the Internet, raising privacy concerns.
Unwelcome Pepsi advertisements interrupt movie-watchers programming.
The former NSA contractor thinks the U.S. has been too focused on offensive capabilities.
An upstate New York woman reached a settlement with the government after the DEA created a fake Facebook profile of her to nab drug dealers.
According to French press both police and gendarmerie have requested more funding after the Paris attacks.
The vice president and his wife, Jill, were not at home, according to reports.
Some Jewish schools in Belgium and the Netherlands were closed, reflecting a heightening tensions in Europe.
Groups of hackers have rendered tens of thousands of French websites unusable.
Security sources have warned that it might be too little too late in regard to these policies
"Starbug" was able to re-create the thumbprint of German Defense Minister Ursula von der Leyen using public photographs.
California judge rules the social network must go to court over controversial practice.
Prime minister David Cameron also warned parliament that there was a substantial threat from a 'lone-wolf'
Former CAPO agent Uno Puusepp has been unveiled as a double agent for Russia's FSB
Can U.S. courts order tech companies to target customers with spyware?