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‚ÄčKaveh Waddell is a staff correspondent for National Journal, where he previously conducted policy research‚Äč. A native of Seattle, Kaveh graduated from Middlebury College with a degree in international politics and economics.

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What Would Happen if Patriot Act Section 215 Expires

The Capitol Hill Patriot Act standoff continues, and absent a deal, the controversial spying program revealed by former National Security Agency contractor Edward Snowden will expire June 1.

What's Happening Right Now in the NSA Fight in Congress

The latest on all possible options lawmakers have to handle the fast-approaching Patriot Act deadline.

On NSA Spying, Mitch McConnell's Only Options Are Bad Options

The Senate majority leader is out of easy choices, and he's almost out of time.

After Over 10 Hours, Rand Paul Ends His NSA 'Filibuster'

The Kentucky Republican spoke on the Senate floor until he could no longer stand. Here's everything that happened.

On NSA Spying, Bernie Sanders, Not Elizabeth Warren, Is Pushing Hillary Clinton Left

The Left's favorite foil to an often-moderate Hillary Clinton has remained quiet on NSA reform.

Burr Preps NSA Backup Plan as House Threatens to Leave Town

McCarthy says the House won't budge from its insistence that the Senate pass the USA Freedom Act.

Appeals Court Sides With Google in Copyright Case over Anti-Islam Video

The ruling reverses an earlier decision that forced Google to take the "Innocence of Muslims" film off YouTube.

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