The president claims the court that oversees the NSA’s snooping program is open, but it’s anything but Alex Seitz-Wald June 19, 2013 3:44pm (UTC) President Obama gave his most comprehensive defense yet
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A Republican Senator Made The Best Pro-Gay Marriage Statement We've Seen From A Major Public Official
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Dianne Feinstein Says NSA Phone Records Surveillance Has Thwarted Terrorism, 'But That's Classified'
WASHINGTON -- Senate Intelligence Chair Dianne Feinstein (D-Calif.) said Thursday the National Security Agency program collecting domestic phone records has prevented terrorism. But she and other senators