Siobhan Gorman

Wall Street Journal

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The State Department has issued a world-wide travel alert and it’s closing dozens of US embassies and consulates this Sunday in the Middle East and Africa.

US Issues Travel Alert, Citing Terror Threat

The State Department has issued a world-wide travel alert and it’s closing dozens of US embassies and consulates this Sunday in the Middle East and Africa.

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When Edward Snowden revealed that Americans' phone calls and emails were being sucked up by government computers, the President called for a "national conversation."

Is Electronic Surveillance Out of Control?

When Edward Snowden revealed that Americans' phone calls and emails were being sucked up by government computers, the President called for a "national conversation."

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Today, a new controversy may pit national security against personal privacy. The  Guardian  newspaper has published the order of a secret, so-called FISA court.

FISA Court Allows Phone Records Collection

Today, a new controversy may pit national security against personal privacy. The Guardian newspaper has published the order of a secret, so-called FISA court.

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