Friday, June 28, 2013

Op-Ed Columnist: The Service of Snowdenby By ROGER COHEN

Op-Ed Columnist: The Service of Snowden

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Deluded geek endangering his country or brave American? History will judge Snowden kindly.

Letters: For Gays, a Very Personal, Emotional Moment

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Two readers describe their feelings upon hearing about the Supreme Court decisions.

Opinionator: The Up-in-the-Air President 

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Obama’s policies are sound and have majority support. It’s his fear of taking the fight to Republicans that is so maddening.

Op-Ed Columnist: A Nation of Mutts 

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There’s a fluid, hybrid New America before us. What is this really going to look like? What does it mean?

Op-Ed Contributors: The Criminal N.S.A.

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The N.S.A.’s mass surveillance violates the Constitution and has never been authorized by Congress or the courts.

The Same-Sex Marriage Rulings 

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Two decisions by the Supreme Court are huge victories for the gay rights movement, but we still have a long way to go.
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Immigration Reform, Finally 

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The success of an ambitious bipartisan bill in the Senate puts pressure on the House, where prospects of passage are long.

Russia debates letting Snowden in from the cold (+video) - Christian Science Monitor

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Christian Science Monitor

Russia debates letting Snowden in from the cold (+video)
Christian Science Monitor
Former National Security Agency contractor Edward Snowden, who Russian officials say is spending his sixth day hiding somewhere in Moscow's cavernous Sheremetyevo airport, has still not been heard from or even spotted by journalists who've been... 
Obama jabs Russia, China on failure to extradite SnowdenReuters
Russia accuses US of putting them in 'tough spot' over SnowdenRaw Story
Obama doesn't want Snowden hunt to damage ties with Russia, ChinaLos Angeles Times
New York Times (blog)
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Brazil Protests Prompts a Media Shift

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Brazil's recent protests has allowed independent media to gain some traction in a landscape long dominated by a few mainstream giants.