The Senate fails to stop major metadata-gathering components of the Patriot Act from expiring.
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Swiss police arrest top FIFA officials in a multimillion-dollar corruption scandal.
Laura Poitras describes the series of strange anonymous emails that led her to make "Citizenfour."
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Laura Poitras discusses how Edward Snowden has impacted public awareness about data and privacy.
James Risen discusses how the government is attempting to limit investigative reporting.
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"Pay Any Price" author James Risen discusses the government's reaction to his last book.
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"Worthy Fights" author Leon Panetta recalls a time when Congress was actually effective.
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Glenn Greenwald discusses the NSA's massive surveillance program and his book "No Place to Hide."
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The NSA takes a back seat to Justin Bieber's drag-racing arrest, and Ted Cruz rewrites history.
Edward Snowden's reign of information continues as he seeks political asylum in Brazil.
America squanders an opportunity criticize Russia's ham-handed spying techniques.
Congress questions its decision to grant the NSA unlimited funds and a permissive legal framework.
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