A Sunday book review by Michael Kinsley for the New York Times analyzes "No Place to Hide" by Glenn Greenwald. Or, as NYT's Michael Roston put it more accurately, "Michael Kinsley dismisses Glenn Greenwald as 'the go-between for Edward Snowden and the newspapers.'" Matt Pearce with the LA Times described it less flatteringly: "Journalists shut your mouths if the government asks, says Michael Kinsley."
Speaking of Snowden, a Pentagon report finds Snowden leaks had "staggering" intelligence impact. "But all details to support that claim have been redacted from report released to Guardian under FOIA," pointed out Stuart Millar from that newsroom.