Charlie Savage

New York Times

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Washington correspondent for the New York Times; former legal affairs reporter for the Boston Globe and a 2007 Pulitzer Prize-winner for his national reporting on President Bush's expanded use of signing statements; author of Takeover: The Return of the Imperial Presidency and the Subversion of American Democracy, about the Bush Administration's efforts to expand presidential powers

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The National Security Agency is monitoring more email and texts than previously acknowledged.

New Revelations about NSA Monitoring of US Correspondence

The National Security Agency is monitoring more email and texts than previously acknowledged.

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Barack Obama's first presidential order was to close Guantánamo Bay. Even George W. Bush agreed.

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Barack Obama's first presidential order was to close Guantánamo Bay. Even George W. Bush agreed.

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" We Can't Wait " is the slogan the Obama Administration is using to describe its unilateral efforts to roll out dozens of new policies.

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" We Can't Wait " is the slogan the Obama Administration is using to describe its unilateral efforts to roll out dozens of new policies.

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