February 27, 2020 Govt, Surveillance, U.S.
Nicholas Fandos and Charlie Savage report:
An urgent push by Congress to renew several expiring F.B.I. surveillance powers foundered on Wednesday, as House Democrats feuded privately over stronger privacy protections and Republicans remained uncertain about what President Trump, a vocal skeptic of government spying, would accept.
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