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A discussion of what the National Security Agency surveillance programs are about, Cal Thomas on the erosion of trust between the government and the governed, a profile of a
Today's news and a discussion of what the National Security Agency surveillance programs are about, plus: Cal Thomas on the erosion of trust between government and the governed, a profile of "redneck opera singer" Jay Hunter Morris, essayist Albin Sadar on a poking, prodding, puzzling appointment with the physician, and more
Senate debate begins on immigration reform, but real divisions threaten the bill.
On the NSA controversy, a key Democrat calls for Senate hearings on the secret surveillance.
The State Department acknowledges a sex-drugs-and-coverup controversy but insists allegations of high-level misconduct are "preposterous" and "inaccurate."
Federal appeals ruling refusing a delay on over-the-counter access for morning-after pills may have led White House to reverse course.
Markets: Wall Street looking to central bankers, not business fundamentals, for guidance.
An interview with Paul Rosenzweig, analyst for The Heritage Foundation and former deputy assistant secretary at the Department of Homeland Security, on the NSA surveillance controversy.
Commentator Cal Thomas on the erosion of trust between the government and the governed
An interview with "redneck opera singer" Jay Hunter Morris about his journey to The Metropolitan Opera
Essayist Albin Sadar on a poking, prodding, puzzling appointment with the physician