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October 25, 2013

Weekly Show

We analyze the continuing problems with the HealthCare.gov website; Republicans are in a “recovery” mode to reunite the party and rebuild the brand; and growing tensions over the U.S. surveillance of foreign leaders. Joining Gwen: John Dickerson, Slate Magazine; Kimberly Dozier, Associated Press; Peter Baker, The New York Times; Beth Reinhard, National Journal. 

You Have Questions About The NSA; We Have Answers

Essential Reads

The revelations by National Security Agency contractor Edward Snowden has raised many complicated issues. NPR's national security correspondent Tom Gjelten answers questions submitted by NPR listeners and readers.

From the Vault: NSA Domestic Surveillance

Vault Show

With recent revelations about the National Security Agency's expansive data-collection efforts, we look in our vault to May 12, 2006, when our panelists discussed the fallout over a secret NSA program that tracked and saved a database of millions of phone calls during the Bush administration. The discussion – seven year ago—highlights an historic debate over how far the government should go in surveillance of Americans .

June 7, 2013

Weekly Show

The Fallout from the NSA collecting phone records and Internet data. Also, Obama announced the appointment of Susan Rice as his new national security adviser and Samantha Power to succeed Rice at the United Nations.  Plus, Congress tackles the growing problem of military sexual assaults. Joining Gwen: Martha Raddatz of ABC News,  David Sanger of The New York Times; Pete Williams of NBC News.