Director of National Intelligence says post-9/11 data-gathering programs never should have been kept secret
"This is the truth; this is what's happening. You should decide whether we need to be doing this."
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German Chancellor Angela Merkel phoned Obama, warning the president that such spying was "completely unacceptable."
James Clapper denies that the NSA recorded 70 million French phone conversations in a one month period. But should we believe him?
It's “a lot less important' than other operations,” says the former CIA director on the panel.