Originally published on Tue October 15, 2013 12:31 pm
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Britain's Guardian reports on former minister David Maclean, a member of Prime Minister David Cameron's Conservative Party, who says Britain's spy agencies may be operating outside the law in the mass surveillance of the Internet. His remarks come amid revelations about surveillance programs unveiled by former NSA contractor Edward Snowden.
The ABQ Trolley Company has been taking people on tours of sites in the TV show Breaking Bad. You roll past the home of main character Walter White, or see the car wash where he made extra money before starting to cook meth.
The main opposition party in India has anointed Narendra Modi as its candidate for prime minister in next year's general election. Critics say Modi is a hardline Hindu nationalist who helped foment deadly anti-Muslim riots in 2002.
Originally published on Tue October 15, 2013 4:31 am
Negotiators from the U.S. and five other world powers expect Iran to outline how it can guarantee its program is for peaceful purposes — and not aimed at producing nuclear weapons. In exchange, Iranians hope for relief from economic sanctions.