Bush Administration Reverses Domestic Eavesdropping Position

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The lead story today in major American newspapers is the Bush Administration's abandonment of what it had called a crucial tool in the war on terror: eavesdropping inside the United States without court approval.  The New York Times reports that it's one of a series of concessions to Congress, the courts and public opinion.  Scott Shane wrote the story.


Scott Shane - New York Times - @ScottShaneNYT

Warren Olney

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