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Congress extends foreign surveillance law

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WASHINGTON (AP) -- The Senate gave final congressional approval Friday to a bill renewing the government's authority to monitor overseas phone calls and emails of suspected foreign spies and terrorists -- but not Americans --without obtaining a court order for each intercept. The Senate majority rejected arguments from an unusual combination of Democratic liberals and ideological Republican...

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