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U.S. spy chiefs want to expand domestic surveillance programs

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Two high-ranking intelligence officials not only defended the nation's domestic surveillance programs Thursday following a summer of scrutiny but indicated an interest in expanding those programs. U.S. intelligence agencies now want to create a permanent "lockbox" in which all records of phone calls made inside of the United States would be kept so the agencies can examine them during future...

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