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Justice Department seeks permission to hold phone records

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The Justice Department has asked a federal court for permission to indefinitely preserve phone records collected by the National Security Agency as it fights lawsuits challenging a secret U.S. surveillance program. In court papers made public today, Justice Department lawyers asked to retain the records beyond the five years permitted by an order of the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court....

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