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Key senators urge Obama to go big in NSA revamp

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As President Obama weighs changes to the National Security Agency's controversial surveillance practices, vocal Democratic critics of the programs pressed the White House on Friday to end the sweeping spying dragnet and restore public trust in the nation's intelligence agencies. Sens. Ron Wyden, Mark Udall and Martin Heinrich – all members of the Intelligence Committee – sent a letter to...

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