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October 24th, 2013
08:44 PM ET

Report: NSA spied on 35 world leaders

Britain's Guardian newspaper is reporting that the National Security Agency routinely monitored the phone calls of 35 world leaders.

According to classified documents released by NSA leaker Edward Snowden, senior officials in the State and Defense departments were encouraged to turn over their "rolodexes" of contacts to help its monitoring efforts.

Germany's Angela Merkel calls Obama: Spying on friends 'never acceptable'

The NSA is not commenting.

Germany's Angela Merkel is the latest world leader to come forward and accuse the U.S. of spying. She says the U.S. government is bugging her cell phone.

OutFront: Bob Baer. He's a CNN National Security Analyst and a Former CIA operative.


Filed under: International • News • NSA • NSA Leaker Edward Snowden
October 24th, 2013
08:32 PM ET

Twitter sets IPO stock price between $17 to $20 a share

Today, Twitter revealed how much it's going to cost you to buy a share of their company.

Twitter's IPO is probably the most anticipated stock offering since Facebook went public about a year and a half ago.

In regulatory filings, Twitter revealed it was going to sell about 70 million shares at a price of 17 to 20 dollars each.

Brent Wilsey of Wilsey Asset Management is OutFront.


Filed under: Markets • News • Social Media • Tech
October 24th, 2013
08:17 PM ET

Finger-pointing over the Obamacare website fiasco

The contractors who helped build the Obamacare website - healthcare.gov appeared on capitol hill Thursday and each said - not my fault.

What we learned — and didn't - from Obamacare website hearing

But do their defenses add up?

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Casey Wian is OutFront.


Filed under: News • Obamacare • Politics
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