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White House Gives Details on Surveillance

Reversing course, the White House has agreed to brief congressional intelligence committees on highly classified details of President Bush’s controversial monitoring program as part of a newfound openness with lawmakers. Senior Bush administration officials spent weeks insisting they would not provide the program’s details to more than a select group of eight lawmakers. Briefing the full intelligence committees, Vice President Dick Cheney said in a recent PBS interview, is “not a good way to keep a secret.” Full Story

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