Glenn Greenwald


The Onion’s Brutal Israel Commentary Goes Beyond Satire

The country's leading humor publication has taken a stance on the Israel-Palestine conflict in a way that most "real" newspapers haven't.
Eve Peyser

Exclusive: Snowden tried to tell NSA about surveillance concerns, documents reveal

Jason Leopold
Ky Henderson
Marcy Wheeler

UK Terror Law Breached David Miranda’s Human Rights During Snowden Row

A court ruled that the detention of journalist Glenn Greenwald's partner, who was carrying Snowden files, breached his right to freedom of expression, and that the UK definition of terror was too broad.
Miriam Wells
How Scared Should I Be?

How Scared Should I Be of the NSA?

Most of the time, I don't give a shit that the government is spying on me. Turns out, I probably should.
Mike Pearl
The VICE Guide to Right Now

'The Intercept' Just Published Secret Documents About Obama's Drone Wars

The online magazine dropped an eight-part series based on information provided by an anonymous whistleblower.
River Donaghey
Primary Sources

How Many More FBI Documents Contain the Phrase 'Mohammed Raghead'?

Heavily redacted FBI documents obtained by VICE News shed light on the FBI's response to a report revealing the derogatory name had been used on an agency form.
Jason Leopold
Hillary Clinton

What Hillary Clinton Got Wrong About Edward Snowden

Most of what Clinton said at last night's debate about Edward Snowden is patently false.
Jason Koebler

Infrared Portraits Capture Counter-Surveillance Dissidents

Hacker and privacy advocate Jacob Appelbaum's new photo exhibit celebrates well-known (and invisible) dissidents, from Ai Weiwei to William Binney.
DJ Pangburn
The VICE Guide to Right Now

Watch the Trailer for Oliver Stone's 'Snowden'

It stars Joseph Gordon-Levitt as the man himself.
VICE Staff
defense & security

Exclusive: Inside Washington's Quest to Bring Down Edward Snowden

Documents obtained exclusively by VICE News reveal the eagerness with which members of Congress pursued information they could use to 'damage' Edward Snowden's credibility.
Jason Leopold

The NSA's Bulk Collection of Your Telephone Data Is Illegal, Appeals Court Rules

Congress never intended the bulk collection of Americans' phone records under the Patriot Act, the court ruled.
Jason Koebler

The Protest Over an Award Given to 'Charlie Hebdo' Shows the Line Between Defending and Celebrating

PEN American Center pissed off some of its own members by bestowing an award to the famously irreverent French magazine, and the resulting debate led to Salman Rushdie calling six authors "pussies."
James Yeh