JBS CEO Art Thompson's weekly news video update for June 24 - 30, 2013.

Edward Snowden's final destination is uncertain, with reports of Ecuador, Venezuela, or even Cuba being his target to escape prosecution for blowing the whistle on the NSA.

The Obama administration Friday charged National Security Agency (NSA) whistleblower Edward Snowden with espionage.

A majority of Americans no longer like the job Obama is doing leading the country.

You need not suspect the motives of those responsible for NSA surveillance to detest what they are doing.

The collaboration between Google, NASA, and a small cutting-edge computer company marks a breakthrough in technology that could threaten U.S. citizens' privacy even further.

In an exclusive interview with The New American, Rand Paul provides some insight into his positions on both foreign and domestic issues.

Though National Security Agency Director General Keith Alexander (testifying along with officials from the Justice Department in a rare public oversight hearing by the House Intelligence Committee) claimed that more than 50 terror plots had been discovered and prevented thanks to the NSA's highly classified data collections, doubt surrounds several of his examples.

Google is challenging the federal government over gag orders on data requests, asserting that it has a constitutional right to speak about information it has been compelled to hand over to the government.

It’s bad enough the federal government spies on us. Must it insult our intelligence too?

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