U.S. Said to Probe Possible China Role Over Snowden

June 25 (Bloomberg) -- U.S. intelligence agencies are investigating whether Edward Snowden’s leaks may be a Chinese intelligence operation or whether China might have used his concerns about U.S. surveillance practices to exploit him, according to four American officials. Meanwhile, Russia repudiated American accusations of flouting demands to help capture Snowden after criticism by U.S. officials for allowing the former security contractor to transit through Moscow. Peter Cook reports on Bloomberg Television's "Market Makers." (Source: Bloomberg)
Obama: No Challenge Greater Threat Than Climate Change
42:51 - President Barack Obama issues a sweeping set of regulations to cut U.S. power-plant emissions, the biggest carbon-pollution control effort by the world’s biggest economy that pressures other countries heading into global climate talks in Paris later this year. (Source: Bloomberg)
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