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House intelligence chairman, Senate intelligence panel member spar over NSA

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House Intelligence Committee Chairman Mike Rogers defended the National Security Agency's telephone surveillance program and pushed back against an administration review that took issue with how the data that is collected is stored. The Michigan Republican said in an interview on ABC's “This Week” that the review of the program, initiated by President Obama, proved the value of the information...

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