Google Glass user questioned by Homeland Security over piracy fears during trip to the cinema

The device was turned off and searched for footage but the cinema stated that "wearing a device that has the capability to record video is not appropriate"

New York Times Op-Ed columnist Bill Keller has responded to criticism over his article on cancer patient Lisa Bonchek Dams

Former New York Times editor Bill Keller and wife Emma cause outrage over pieces about breast cancer patient Lisa Bonchek Adams

Bill Keller wrote a response to The New York Times public editor explaining his piece after he and his wife were heavily criticsed

Edward Snowden speaking during his dinner with a group of four retired US ex-intelligence workers and activists at a luxurious room in an unidentified location.

NSA 'developing' quantum computer to crack through most online encryption

Documents leaked by Edward Snowden allegedly reveal the US agency's plans

January 1st is celebrated as a de facto birthday for thousands of Afghans who don’t know when they were born

Happy birthday to the Afghans who don’t know when they were born

During protracted wars in the 1980s and 1990s, the government didn’t have a system in place to register births

Snowden's web-centric life brings him into alignment with those Luddites who assume the worst of any innovation

Edward Snowden and the Queen go rather well together

The Christmas messages of the whistleblower and the monarch dovetail nicely; the one showing off the family addition, the other fearful of a lack of privacy

Twanda Blount helps her grandfather Chocolate Blount, 91, a 'hospice survivor', at their Alabama home

US health companies accused over jump in 'hospice survivors'

Whistleblowers say hospices treat non-terminal patients to earn more from Medicare programme

The Obama administration said it did not have a problem with the Islamic Front

US asks Islamic Front rebels in Syria for stolen equipment back

Vehicles and communications gear was seized by the powerful Islamist group

The NSA's offices in Fort Meade, Maryland

NSA collects data 'revealing location of five billion mobile phones every day'

The records allow US intelligence agents to establish not just the movements of individuals but to monitor who else they communicate with

Editor of The Guardian newspaper Alan Rusbridger gives evidence to the Commons Home Affairs Committee hearing on counter-terrorism

Just 1% of Snowden files published says Guardian editor

Appearing for questioning in front of the Home Affairs Select Committee, Alan Rusbridger said: ‘This is an ongoing story we are writing’

Rep. Trey Radel (R-FL) was arrested last month for possession of cocaine

Florida congressman, Trey Radel, pleads guilty to cocaine possession

The 37-year-old has yet to announce whether he will resign from Congress

Tom Brady of the Patriots was furious after the defeat to the Panthers

NFL round-up: Regardless of the non-call, the Carolina Panthers deserved to beat the New England Patriots

A debatable non-call on Monday night will steal the headlines, but week 11 saw the gap between the haves and have-nots increase further

National parks, such as the Grand Canyon in Colorado, and refuse services, have been shut down

Q&A: US shutdown - all you need to know about the crisis in America

Not all government functions will simply evaporate — Social Security cheques will still get mailed, and hospitals will stay open. But many federal agencies will send their employees home, from the Environmental Protection Agency to hundreds of national parks. Here’s a look at how a shutdown will work.

US Government shutdown: What does it mean? And what are the papers saying?

A partial shutdown of the US government has begun after the two houses of Congress failed to agree a budget last night, with the Republican-led House of Representatives adamant they would only agree to a deal if it included a delay to the start of Obamacare, the President’s package of health reforms.

Starbucks and guns are now a thing of the past after the American coffee chain banned firearms in its outlets

Decaff grande cappuccino, half-fat, no whip, extra shot... oh, and no gun: Starbucks announces firearms are no longer welcome at its 7,000 US coffee shops

The company made its decision before the shootings at the Navy Yard in Washington DC earlier this week, which left 13 people dead

Alexei Navalny speaks to the press outside his headquarters in Moscow, Russia

Moscow mayor election: Defeat for Vladimir Putin’s biggest rival Alexei Navalny may yet be a pivotal moment

Anti-corruption candidate sought votes by attacking Russia’s president

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