Hours from a midnight deadline for contested anti-terror measures to expire, no solution was in sight as the Senate convened an extraordinary Sunday session to hash out a way forward. Intelligence officials warned the result would amount to a win…
By Associated Press
The scandal around ousted Chinese political leader Bo Xilai deepened Thursday when The New York Times reported that he used wiretaps to spy on other officials, including President Hu Jintao. Margaret Warner, The Financial Times' Richard McGregor and Xiao Qiang…
First-term New York Gov. Eliot Spitzer apologized Monday after reports emerged that he had been caught on a federal wire tap arranging a meeting with a high-priced prostitute in a Washington D.C. hotel.
By PBS NewsHour
President Bush is calling on Congress to update the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act to let the government monitor overseas terror suspects without warrants. Two lawmakers discuss the proposal.
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