Courts may eventually have to decide whether the National Security Agency's surveillance programs are permissible, according to Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia. That may be somewhat problematic, he said, because it means that the issue "will now be resolved by the branch of government that knows the least about the issues in question, the branch that knows the least about the extent of the threat against which the wiretapping is directed."

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