AG Gonzalez defends NSA surveillance plan

Attorney General Alberto R. Gonzales defended the Bush administration's controversial eavesdropping program but declined to answer specific questions about it during a hearing yesterday on Capitol Hill. Gonzalez did say the government had considered a broader plan that would have included domestic phone and e-mail surveillance as well but ultimately rejected it.

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