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The agency is looking at draining cash from a weather satellite program in order to save jobs.
The youngest Boston Marathon bombing victim is honored on what would have been his ninth birthday.
The proposed GOP amendment to the immigration bill would raise the bar for border security.
Edward Snowden says he intends to seek asylum outside the United States.
A college president stumbles on a long-lost certificate signed by President Abraham Lincoln in 1863.
Delegates from North and South Korea meet to set ground rules for discussions.
The New Hampshire Republican provides a major lift to the bipartisan effort.
The Nobel Prize winner has been taken to a hospital four times since December.
Speier and Gillibrand argue for a dramatic overhaul for prosecuting sexual assaults in the military.
"It's another dot that the Chinese will connect," one analyst says of the joint exercise.
He says excerpts debunk Darrell Issa's claim of White House involvement in the scandal.
Bill Kristol also expresses concern that Americans will link the two forms of intrusion.
Hayden says the agency's monitoring is "very effective" and respectful of "civil liberties."
Says it's "unclear" that phone-tracking is needed.
Sen. Rand Paul on Sunday called the National Security Agency's monitoring of telephone call logs and the Internet an "extraordinary invasion of privacy."
Multiple leaks could help narrow the suspect field.
Fears of Big Brother are bringing together the likes of Bernie Sanders and Rand Paul.
He succeeded Wiliam Weld and then won a full term on his own.