Barton Gellman

staff writer at The Atlantic

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Staff writer at The Atlantic. Contributor to the Washington Post and senior fellow at the Century Foundation; author of Angler: The Cheney Vice Presidency; former Contributing Editor-at-Large for Time magazine; former Pulitzer Prize-winning national correspondent for the Washington Post

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Today's  Washington Post  reports that the National Security Agency has broken privacy rules thousands of times every year — and the chief judge of the Foreign Intelligence…

NSA Broke Privacy Rules Thousands of Times

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Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney had a tough challenge facing him last night in Tampa.

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