Robert Turner

University of Virginia Law School

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Professor at the Virginia Law School and Associate Director of its Center for National Security Law; counsel to the President's Intelligence Oversight Board during the Reagan Administration; former chair of the American Bar Association Standing Committee on Law and National Security

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Britain's  Guardian  newspaper and the  Washington Post  broke the stories last week about the  National Security Agency collecting metadata  on virtually every phone call made in this…

Obama, Congress and the Surveillance State

Britain's Guardian newspaper and the Washington Post broke the stories last week about the National Security Agency collecting metadata on virtually every phone call made in this…

from To the Point

After months of quiet negotiations, Democrats and the Bush White house reportedly were close to a deal on the controversy between electronic surveillance of terrorists and the privacy…

The Administration's Broad New Wiretapping Powers

After months of quiet negotiations, Democrats and the Bush White house reportedly were close to a deal on the controversy between electronic surveillance of terrorists and the privacy…

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President Bush may be a struggling lame duck, but Democrats can still be out-maneuvered if they think they'll be called soft on terrorism.

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President Bush may be a struggling lame duck, but Democrats can still be out-maneuvered if they think they'll be called soft on terrorism.

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