Snowden's "catch me if you can" saga has largely been orchestrated by WikiLeaks.
A member of the organization's legal team has been by Snowden's side since he left Hong Kong on Sunday. The group has also been integral in helping Snowden try and find a country that will grant him asylum.
How does WikiLeaks get the money needed to carry out its work?
Tom Foreman has an Outfront investigation.
Just days after Paula Deen was canned by the Food Network and shelved by Smithfield Foods for admitting she used the N-word decades ago, her army is fighting back.
Her two sons, Bobby and Jamie, work in her cooking empire. This morning, they spoke exclusively with Chris Cuomo on "New Day" about their mother's tarnished reputation.
A "Save Paula Deen" Facebook page is filled with message of support and demands that she be reinstated. Deen, who has not been heard from since her videotaped apology last week, posted this message:
Hi, it's me Paula. I just had to stop long enough to send love and thanks for the kind words you have all shared with me and my family, and all the support you have shown me over the past week.
Please keep me in your thoughts and prayers.
But will prayers be enough to redeem Paula Deen?
Out front tonight: Columbia University Professor Marc Lamont Hill and Comedian Dean Obeidallah.
A singer claims he was attacked by fans of New Kids on the Block. Isolated event or turf war?
Erin Burnett reports.