Charlie Savage

New York Times

Guest

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.

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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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