The White House announced it received recommendations for NSA reforms from an advisory group in response to revelations about the scope of U.S. surveillance. The suggestions include new rules for collecting and storing phone data and tighter standards for spying on foreign leaders. Margaret Warner reports. Continue reading
In the wake of the Navy Yard shooting, Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel recognizes his department’s responsibility to ensure the safety of its employees. But, he told Judy Woodruff, there were "red flags that didn’t get connected." On Syria, Hagel said the military is ready to respond to any option the president decides to take. Continue reading
Ray Suarez talks to the chairmen of the president’s oil spill commission about how companies can adopt practices to lower the risk of another massive oil spill like the one that devastated the Gulf of Mexico. Continue reading
President Bush met Monday with members of the bipartisan Iraq Study Group and said he would not “prejudge” the forthcoming report, though he did praise the commission for asking good questions.