Obama's NSA problem
Earlier this morning, Reuters got the exclusive that Obama would announce an overhaul to its controversial NSA program.
Shortly thereafter, Brian Fung put together Everything you need to know about Obama’s NSA reforms, in plain English for the Washington Post. He writes: “President Obama is making major changes to the NSA's phone record surveillance program Friday - the one first unveiled last summer by former NSA contractor Edward Snowden and what kicked off months of controversy. Here, in plain English, is what will happen next.”
Meanwhile, Benny Johnson at BuzzFeed writes that America's Spies Want Edward Snowden Dead. Jay Rosen wondered, “Wait. I can fantasize about murdering a public figure and then get anonymity from a journalist to broadcast my wish?”