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“The looming expiration of a handful of provisions of the Patriot Act, which gave federal authorities vast surveillance powers, has stirred a long-overdue debate over the proper balance between investigative tactics in national security cases and civil liberties,” the editorial board wrote.
In a tweet Friday O’Malley wrote, “I’m making a big announcement tomorrow! Stay tuned…”
Half of Americans identify as pro-choice over 44 percent who identify as anti-abortion, according to a Gallup poll released Friday
The White House says the fall is due to a “result of harsh winter weather, tepid foreign demand, and consumers saving the windfall from lower oil prices,” but projects a 2 percent increase in the second quarter
The Silk Road’s founder is sentenced in Manhattan district court, John Kerry heads to Nigeria and Thailand hosts a regional conference on its migrant crisis.
The U.N. says it will investigate its partnerships with FIFA after this week’s indictments against soccer’s governing body.
The Department of Justice and IRS charged Dennis Hastert, 73, with illegally transferring funds in an effort to avoid detection by the IRS.