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Lawmakers accuse NSA of keeping Congress in dark

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Two members of Congress on Sunday accused the National Security Agency of keeping Congress in the dark regarding its domestic surveillance programs. When “Fox News Sunday” asked Sen. Bob Corker, R-Tenn., if he thought Congress was adequately briefed on government surveillance programs within the United States, he said, “Absolutely not.” “Look, I appreciate efforts to keep Americans secure. But...

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