Patrick Henningsen | What happens when Asia attracts America’s best, brightest, and most daring young science and technology talent?
KGW.COM | “The district has now given permission to have guns on campus.”
Daily News | Accused of abusing his own daughter and his girlfriend’s daughter, man will be sentenced 10 years to life in prison.
Associated Press | Brazilian President Dilma Rousseff announced Tuesday that she was putting off a state visit to the U.S. next month to protest an American spy program.
21WIRE + RT | Bradley Manning is found not guilty of aiding the enemy.
AP | Earlier in the day she had appeared in court wearing a dark blue jail jumpsuit to answer to one felony charge of human trafficking.
21st Century Wire | U.S. and U.K. look to ‘turn the screw’ on global trade.
21WIRE+RT | The most expensive and unnecessary fleet of flying lemons in US history.
Huff Post | First woman executed in the U.S. in nearly three years…
RT | Ecuador says there are obstacles in granting asylum to whistleblower Edward Snowden.
Huffington Post | 1.5 million square feet, and are filled with super-powered computers designed to store massive amounts of information gathered secretly from phone calls and emails.
Huffington Post | Mozilla, the creator of the web browser Firefox, has taken the lead on a protest against government surveillance.
RT | There have already been signs that Snowden’s disclosures have some sympathy, a rally of support was held in New York while thousands have signed an online petition urging President Obama to pardon him.
RT | The source of the bombshell leaks that revealed the massive scale of US surveillance has unmasked himself.
RT | Hollywood Studios is demanding for Google to delist Kim Dotcom’s website Mega from its websearch, Dotcom says this is censorship.
RT | Millions of Americans are reportedly having their phone records seized without their knowledge.
RT | several foreign nationals – including an American woman and a UK citizen – have been killed fighting on the side of the rebels.
RT | Shahzad Akbar, a human rights lawyer representing drone victims
21st Century Wire | The proxy war in Syria is a shell game created by the West.