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Panel on Eavesdropping Is Briefed by White House

The new seven-senator intelligence subcommittee created to review the Bush administration’s domestic surveillance program had its first White House briefing yesterday and is scheduled to visit the National Security Agency’s headquarters Monday to gather additional information, according to congressional and administration officials. Those who participated in the briefing, which lasted more than two hours, were close-mouthed about the details. Pat Roberts (R-Kan.), chairman of the Senate Select Committee on Intelligence, released a statement yesterday evening describing the meeting as “extremely productive and educational for the members” of what he called the subcommittee on the oversight of the terrorist surveillance program. Full Story

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