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Push For Release Of CIA Interrogation Report Continues

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Judge Rules Against NSA Bulk Collection Program

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Wash. Judge Rules Towns Failed Poor Defendents

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In August, Attorney General Eric Holder told federal prosecutors to no longer hit low-level drug offenders with charges that carry mandatory minimum sentences. But it's not yet clear how broadly that directive is being interpreted. Stephen Lam/Reuters /Landov hide caption

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Obama Offers Second Chance For Missouri Court Nominee

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Why FISA Court Judges Rule The Way They Do

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Mohamed Osman Mohamud, then 19, is shown after his arrest on Nov. 26, 2010, in Portland, Ore. Mohamud was convicted of planning to detonate a bomb during a Christmas tree-lighting ceremony, but his sentencing is on hold after revelations that investigators relied to some degree on NSA surveillance. Getty Images hide caption

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ATF Chief Faces Tough Challenge At Troubled Agency

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NSA Releases 1,000 Declassified Documents

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Plastic Guns Made With 3-D Printers Pose New Security Concerns

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What Happens To Guantanamo After The War In Afghanistan Ends?

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When It Comes To Public Opinion, More News Is Not Good News For NSA

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