NSA Questioned on Scope of Domestic Spying More controversy brews around the National Security Agency as a report alleges that the agency is secretly collecting records of ordinary Americans' phone calls. The disclosure follows Senate hearings earlier this year on the legality of the NSA's domestic eavesdropping program.
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NSA Questioned on Scope of Domestic Spying

A report alleges that the NSA is secretly collecting records of ordinary Americans' phone calls.

Safeguarding Privacy While Mining Data

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ABC Says Government Is Tracking Reporters' Calls

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Senate Panel Declines Domestic-Surveillance Probe

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Congress to Vote on Domestic Spying Probe

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Hill Critics Rip NSA Spying, But Remedy Is Unclear

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