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DC grapples with data mining

Senators promise hearings after report of millions of Americans' phone records being given to the NSA.

Senators promise hearings after report of millions of Americans' phone records being given to the NSA.

Telecom firms distance themselves from NSA flap

As political outcry over Bush administration data mining grows, phone companies go out of their way to say they weren't involved.
May 12, 2006

Anger grows over NSA surveillance report

Senators promise immediate hearings after report the agency secretly obtained tens of millions of phone records.
May 11, 2006

Bush defends spy program after new disclosure

After report says millions of Americans' phone records have been given to the NSA, president says privacy is "fiercely protected."
May 11, 2006

previous coverage

blog The Bush administration plans to assert "state secrets privilege" to get the case alleging illegal spying dismissed.
April 28, 2006

NSA spying comes under legal, political attack

Republican senator threatens to cut funding to Bush's surveillance program. Judge sets hearing date in related suit.
April 27, 2006

NSA eavesdropping: How it might work

Attorney General Gonzales plays it mum, but others offer insights into the agency's surveillance options.
February 7, 2006

Some companies helped the NSA, but which?

Survey into domestic surveillance scheme finds no companies willing to say they participated.
February 6, 2006