The House Intelligence Committee (HPSCI) released the transcript of its Jan. 29 meeting in which it decided to release the Nunes memo to the public. Here's a quick summary.
The House Intelligence Committee has published the transcript of its business meeting discussing the memo alleging surveillance abuses prepared by Committee Chairman Devin Nunes. The transcript is available below.
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The National Security Agency destroyed surveillance data it promised to preserve, and failed to protect the data as it told a federal court it had, Politico reports. According to recent court filings, the data destroyed were relevant to pending lawsuits facing the agency.