House Intel Panel Advances NSA Spying Bill Despite Privacy Concerns

The House Intelligence Committee on Friday approved legislation that would renew the National Security Agency’s warrantless internet surveillance program, despite objections from Democrats and civil liberties groups over inadequate privacy protection.

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Muslim-Roundup Case Ends in High Court Reversal

By a rare 4-2 vote Monday, the Supreme Court sidelined damages claims against high executive officers at the Justice Department over the inhumane treatment suffered by Muslim, South Asian and Arab men in the name of national security after 9/11.

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National-Security Heavyweights Blast Revised Travel Ban

Warning of devastating policy and human-rights costs, 42 political heavyweights including former Secretary of State Madeline Albright assured the Fourth Circuit on Friday that there is no national-security risk in blocking President Donald Trump’s discriminatory Muslim ban.

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