President Bush signed a law granting the National Security Agency broader authority in monitoring communications among foreigners and Americans. A civil liberties advocate and a former National Security Council lawyer assess the new law.
By PBS NewsHour
By a 78-15 vote, the Senate on Friday confirmed Air Force Gen. Michael Hayden as the Central Intelligence Agency chief.
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