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The Evolving Landscape For National Security And Privacy

News reports this past week unearthed details about sweeping surveillance programs run by the National Security Agency. The source of the most recent leaks, Edward Snowden, came forward over the weekend, revealing a vast landscape of intelligence work in the United States and the role private contractors play. Kojo chats with Washington Post investigative reporter Robert O'Harrow about the surveillance programs themselves and what they tell us about the nature of intelligence work today.

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With New Congress, Will Obama Work Differently?

The GOP-led Congress President Obama will have to deal with for the last two years of his presidency is a stark contrast to the Democratic-led one he came in with. Does that mean Obama will change his approach to dealing with Capitol Hill?
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2014 Hashtags: #BringBackOurGirls Made Nigerian Schoolgirls All Of 'Ours'

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