Edward Snowden might be able to see his family in person again -- and (if things go his way) not from behind bars, either. According to former Attorney General Eric Holder, there's a "possibility" for the Department of Justice to negotiate an agreement with the whistleblower, which will allow him to come back home. One of Edward Snowden's lawyers admitted back in March that they were doing everything they could to bring him back to the US, so the two parties might have been talking for a while now. Holder didn't delve into specifics when asked if that meant the government is working on a plea deal, but he said: "I certainly think there could be a basis for a resolution that everybody could ultimately be satisfied with. I think the possibility exists."