Surveillance: The head of the National Security Agency told Congress that U.S. surveillance efforts have foiled dozens of possible attacks, and that the recent leaks threatened national security. Reuters reports. Meanwhile The Washington Post explores how Google provides the federal government with information. Hong Kong authorities will handle any possible extradition requests.
SCOTUS: A federal judge in Washington has struck down a 64-year-old law prohibiting demonstrations on the grounds of the Supreme Court. Our own Tony Mauro reports.
Plea: The Ohio man accused of holding three women in his home for more than a decade has plead not guilty to charges of murder, rape and torture. ABC News reports.
Bulger: A Boston jury heard how James "Whitey" Bulger had a hand in 19 murders as he made millions during the 70's and 80's. USA Today reports.