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Keith Alexander concedes his agency's surveillance methods can be "extremely intrusive," but says he knows no better way to ensure safety.
The former CIA director says he didn't know the writer was present during a speech with classified information.
One of the bill's biggest supporters is threatening to pull his support, jeopardizing a bipartisan plan to pass the measure before year's end.
Iran stopped construction at a military base that some experts allege once hosted nuclear weapon-related experiments, a Washington think tank says.
Republicans voted present on the nominee, who is still under investigation.
Police react violently toward demonstrations, as Ukrainians consider a new path away from Russia and toward the European Union.
The measure hit a setback in the annual defense authorization bill, but the Democrat vows to keep trying.
The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers and Customs and Border Protection, as well as GSA's own regional headquarters have signed 20-year leases.
Today, 13 major global media outlets are asking the Syrian opposition to stop letting it happen.
It is unclear how the agency got access to the information, or whether companies provided the tracking data voluntarily.