Edward Snowden joins a long list of famous leakers/whistleblowers in recent history.
Edward Snowden, a former American intelligence contractor who exposed the U.S. government's secret surveillance programs, claims he was trained as a spy by the government in a new interview with NBC News. Take a look at some other famous leakers/whistleblowers in recent history:
It's not your typical July weather.
A woman in Montgomery County found herself in high water, literally.
A western New Jersey restaurant suffered damage to three floors in a fire early Monday.
A fire destroyed a well-known restaurant in in the Poconos early Sunday.
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A Bucks County man died in a lake in northeastern Pennsylvania over the weekend.
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University of Delaware students are being offered counseling after a doctoral student allegedly hid video cameras in restrooms around the university's Newark campus over a two-year period.
A dog is so happy when its owner returns from two years in Europe that it passes out in joy.
Pennsylvania Attorney General Kathleen Kane wants to warn about several phone scams that have been reported recently.
A man had to be rescued at a popular hiking area in Carbon County, after he fell while rock climbing.
A Pennsylvania amusement park is the only one in the U.S. with three roller coaster 'landmarks.'
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Today marks the 100th anniversary of the beginning of World War I. Take a look back at one of the bloodiest conflicts in human history.
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Vivaldi and Bach die, the first hamburger is sold in the U.S., World War I breaks out, a bomber crashes into the Empire State Building, and the Summer Olympics open up in Los Angeles, all on this day.