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BET Experience 2016
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Questions arise about President Obama's foreign policy vision; NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden wants to come home; the Veterans Affairs scandal widens; a few leaders share memories of the late Maya Angelou – and more.
NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden is still dishing about the surveillance agency; Russian President Vladimir Putin broke the news of the Malaysian Airlines crash to President Obama; Rep. John Lewis is becoming a social media star; and more.
A breakdown of the National Security Agency spying scandal.
President Obama and the first family will embark on their first tour of Africa on June 26, Edward Snowden is still missing, and thousands remain stranded by India's monsoon rains.
Lawmakers hope to end the National Security Agency's bulk collection of phone data.
Thanks to online platforms like Change.org and the White House's We the People, a number of controversial and questionable petitions have been launched — some successful — in the past years.
Michelle Bachelet wins Chilean presidential elections, UN appeals for more than $6 billion more in humanitarian aid for Syria, plus more global news.
In his fourth solo press conference of 2013, President Barack Obama pledged greater transparency in surveillance programs to build the public's trust.
Former congressman Allen West strikes out at President Obama, Bill Cosby, women in the military and sexual misconduct; NSA leaker prefers Hong Kong justice over American – and more.
In global news this week, Prince Charles is accused of meddling in politics, Israel names 26 Palestinian prisoners to be freed, President Mugabe tells skeptics to commit "suicide" and more.