NSA Leaker Snowden Defends Actions In Live Web Chat

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The man who leaked secret National Security Agency documents, Edward Snowden, defended his decision to reveal details of U.S. surveillance programs in a web chat on Monday. Snowden said he's still in Hong Kong and claims he wouldn't get a fair trial in the U.S. He also said he has not been in contact with the Chinese government and that there are more disclosures to come.
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The Results Of Tuesday's Indiana Primaries

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China Investigates Search Engine Baidu After Student Dies Of Cancer

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