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After new spying outrage, Obama admin declassifies batch of NSA docs

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The Obama administration declassified a new batch of National Security Agency documents the same day the top Democratic senator on the intelligence committee vowed to conduct a top-to-bottom review of U.S. spying programs. Director of National Intelligence James Clapper Monday evening released a new set of documents, which date mostly to 2009 and appear to address the NSA's efforts to inform...

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