Edward Snowden

The president is changing his view of the fugitive NSA whistleblower he once called a traitor. Cheney, a House GOP leader, isn't changing hers.
The National Security Agency leaker violated secrecy contracts by discussing his classified work without approval, a federal judge said.
“Not everybody who discloses classified information is a whistleblower,” the 2020 Democratic presidential hopeful said.
Even before an anonymous whistleblower complaint triggered a formal impeachment inquiry into President Donald Trump, other Americans had revealed secret information that altered the nation’s course.
Snowden should've gone through "official channels," his critics yelped. Here's what happens when you do.
The government says the former CIA and NSA official's new book, "Permanent Record," violates his nondisclosure agreements.
The whistleblower who remains in exile in Russia wants a chance to explain himself in court.
“Russia is not my home; Russia is my place of exile,” the former NSA contractor said.
But don't count on Robert Mueller to nail him, the NSA whistleblower warns.