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Multimedia Editor at @BloombergLaw. Formerly of ABA Journal, NY Law Journal, National Law Journal and American Lawyer. Tweeting about law and journalism.
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businessweek.com — Kanye West, whose new album Yeezus leaked onto file-sharing portals late last week before making its official debut last night, sees himself a visionary and world-changing figure-but it's not as if his greatness is incomparable. "I think what Kanye West is going to mean," he told the New York Times
National Security Agency chief Gen. Keith Alexander: Edward Snowden got call-tracking order during trainingpolitico.com — The National Security Agency contractor who disclosed the spy agency's collection of data on billions of telephone calls made by Americans apparently obtained a highly-classified court order about the program during a training stint at NSA's headquarters in Maryland, NSA Director Gen. Keith Alexander said Tuesday. Alexander told reporters after...
thedailybeast.com — The FBI is investigating whether the highly protected and segregated computer systems that store the secret court warrants authorizing electronic surveillance inside the United States have been breached, according to current and former U.S. intelligence officials.
usnews.nbcnews.com — National Security Agency surveillance programs helped disrupt plots to bomb the New York Stock Exchange and the New York subway system, an FBI official told Congress on Tuesday. The official, Deputy Director Sean Joyce, said that the programs also linked an American citizen in C ...
newsandinsight.thomsonreuters.com — By Joan Biskupic HAGATNA, Guam (Reuters) - Steven Levin lives alone on a boat docked off the coast of the Pacific island of Guam, about as far away from the U.S. mainland as an American resident can get. He has no wife or kids, no job, no phone or Internet service.
nytimes.com — Follow one of Fire Island's quaint footpaths away from the ferry dock, past modest cottages and better-appointed vacation homes, to an elegant modern beach house that extends across three lots. A composition in bold, unadorned planes, it has a perimeter of green and two separate entrances, each outfitted with the long ramps that are the local custom.
washingtonpost.com — News of treasury secretary's possible departure comes as economy remains in trouble. FIX | In echo of the national debate, Democrats and Republicans could not agree on how to fix the deficit. Prosecutor deepens inquiry into CIA's harsh interrogation practices during Bush administration. Employees grew concerned that his extravagant purchases would hurt his chances for the presidency.
abcnews.go.com — Cliff Sloan, a top Washington lawyer, has been chosen as the State Department's special envoy to close Guantanamo Bay, marking a step forward in what has been an arduous effort to fulfill President Obama's campaign promise to close the prison.
youtube.com — June 17 (Bloomberg) -- Judge Learned Hand was an esteemed jurist and had perhaps the best name of any judge ever. But did you know he could also rock the mic? Professor Ross Davies, of the George Mason University School of Law, has unearthed the story of how the great judge, who died in 1961, came to make a recording for the Library of Congress.
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