Foreign Correspondent, NBC News
tv.msnbc.com — In an interview that aired on Monday, the president defended the surveillance program, rejecting comparisons to former Vice President Cheney. He said the government's role was the same ways it was "when we were growing up and we were watching movies...you've got to go to a judge, show probably cause."
bbc.co.uk — President Obama grinned broadly and nodded encouragingly towards President Putin. Russia's president fidgeted, looked awkward and moved his neck oddly, his body language screaming that he would be rather be anywhere else than at this summit. That's not surprising. He is the odd man out in this curious club.
salon.com — Following FOIA requests, U.S. identifies 46 men deemed to dangerous to move or put on trial Topics: gitmo, Indefinite Detention, Indefinite Detainees, Guantanamo Bay, Hunger Strike, war crimes, News, Politics News Following FOIA requests from the Miami Herald and the New York Times, the government has released a list of the 46 Guantanamo detainees deemed to dangerous for release, transfer or trial.
nytimes.com — AMMAN, Jordan - ACCORDING to Bill Clinton, Barack Obama risks looking like a "fool" if he decides not to intervene militarily in Syria's continuing civil war. Likening the situation to his decision to intervene in Kosovo in 1999, Mr. Clinton said Tuesday that if he hadn't used force to stop Serbia's campaign of ethnic cleansing, critics might have said: "You could have stopped this by dropping a few bombs.
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