NEW on NOW: Civil rights groups and some lawmakers were outraged when President Bush admitted authorizing eavesdropping without court approval on American citizens suspected of having links to terrorist organizations. Was the move necessary to protect Americans? Find out more about the domestic spying controversy that has some calling for a Congressional investigation. And see who's who in the intelligence game after 9/11. Plus, celebrate Sunshine Week with journalists and citizens around the nation.
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VOICES: FBI whistleblower Coleen Rowley on the recommendations of the 9/11 Commission. David Brancaccio talked with the Center for Constitutional Rights' Also, Bill Moyers talked with the AP's Ron Curley, who recently called for greater openness in government.