Warrantless Wiretaps: A Guide to the Debate The Senate held hearings Feb. 6 on the National Security Agency's domestic wiretapping program. President Bush calls the program a vital tool in the war on terror. Critics call it a breach of civil rights -- and possibly illegal. NPR examines the controversy.

Phone Companies Distance Themselves from NSA

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Bush, Snow Seek to Reassure on Phone Data

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