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Intel senators: National Security Agency director to retire in April

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The director of the National Security Agency is expected to depart in April, giving President Obama a chance to retool the intelligence agency after revelations it engaged in widespread surveillance of U.S. citizens, key senators confirmed Wednesday. Army General Keith Alexander has spent eight years leading the agency but is expected to retire in the coming months after a turbulent year when...

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