NSA Leaker Edward Snowden is defending leaking top-secret documents on U.S. surveillance programs. He says the calls for reforms to the National Security Agency prove his leaking was justified.
In an article titled, "A Manifesto for the Truth" in the German magazine Der Spiegel, Snowden writes in part, "Citizens have to fight against the suppression of information about affairs of essential importance for the public. Those who speak the truth are not committing a crime."
OutFront: Bob Baer, CNN National Security Analyst and Former CIA operative and Ray McGovern is a former CIA analyst.
CNN has learned the LAPD visited alleged LAX gunman Paul Ciancia's apartment the day of the shooting. They missed him - and the chance to save a life - by just 52 minutes.
We are also learning why Ciancia may have been targeting TSA officers at Los Angeles International Airport.
According to the FBI, investigators found a note that said he wanted to kill TSA officers and "instill fear into their traitorous minds." But was Ciancia part of an anti-government movement rising in popularity across the U.S.?
OutFront: Mark Potok is a senior fellow at the Southern Poverty Law Center and Michael Medved is a syndicated radio show host.
Imagine if superheroes could fight in war, armed with the ability to repel bullets and communicate with orbiting drones to locate the enemy.
If it sounds like something out of a movie, well, it is. It's also an IDEA that could hit the battlefield as early as next year.
Barbara Starr reports from the Pentagon.
Bullying could cost an NFL player his 13 million dollar job.
The Miami Dolphins are deciding the future of their guard Richie Incognito, who's already been suspended, after reports he taunted teammate Jonathan Martin with threatening and racially charged messages and voicemails.
John Zarrella is OutFront.
Department of Homeland Security employees call it the "candy bowl" of overtime.
Lawmakers are calling for an investigation into unearned overtime at the Department of Homeland security. A new report estimates it's costing taxpayers nearly $9 million a year.
Whistleblowers say it's common for employees to watch TV during their so-called paid overtime. For the first time, one man is speaking on camera.
Chris Lawrence is OutFront.