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Turmoil continues in Crimea as Russia and Ukraine jockey for control. New revelations about the National Security Agency's data gathering capabilities fuel the debate over the agency's "bulk collection" of information abroad. And D.C.'s mayoral primary is fast approaching, but are newer residents paying attention? We consider those issues and the topics foremost on your mind.

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