The Washington Post

A buffet of bad logic and missed connections.

White House suggests that happiness over impending act was something 'confined to intelligence operations.'

Kinsley has a central contradiction: acknowledging that the Snowden leaks are important, yet bashing the system that aided and abetted them.

An interview setup with some interesting twists.

Admission has implications for media companies.

Some interesting back-and-forth between the former NSA contractor and the media.

Barton Gellman is Time magazine's contributing editor at-large. How come he didn't do any of his recent intelligence reporting for the magazine?

Newspaper thoroughly vets Tuesday column.

Is that news?

The Guardian wanted to give Snowden a chance to "answer the public's questions," not to mention to shape his own leaked stories.

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