White House releases order on NSA surveillance program

The White House has declassified part of a court order that allowed National Security Agency surveillance activity, and the Senate Judiciary Committee continues to investigate the NSA's data-collection methods for phone-call data. Parts of the declassified document have been redacted, Josh Gerstein writes, and lawmakers continue to question the value of such spying efforts and whether the activity is infringing on citizen privacy.

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