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By Jill Lawless, Jim Heintz, Associated Press
Judy Woodruff talks to The Washington Post’s Karen DeYoung about the U.S.’ attempt to rescue American journalist James Foley before his murder, and the country’s policy not to pay ransoms to terrorists.
By PBS NewsHour
Since 9/11, the activities of the National Security Agency have grown dramatically. Much of the NSA's work gathering intelligence was secret until documents leaked by Edward Snowden were published, revealing the agency had collected phone records from Americans and allies…
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