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Surveillance

Breaking News: I Was (Probably) the Subject of Incidental Collection

Paging Devin Nunes: You'd better get yourself over to the White House to brief the President. Get this: The FBI is engaged in a pattern of incidental collection of information on US persons in the course of routine cybersecurity investigations. What's more, when agents do this collection, they are actually calling the US persons with threatening warnings.

Sound scary? Disturbing? Scandalous?

Hardly.

The Russia Connection

Did the Justice Department Try to Keep Sally Yates from Testifying?

This morning, the Washington Post reported that the Justice Department sought to prevent former Acting Attorney General Sally Yates from testifying before the House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence (HPSCI) as part of the committee’s investigation into Russian interference in the presidential election.

The Russia Connection

It’s Time for a Select Committee on Russia (Also, We Told You So)

A few weeks ago, we argued for the need for the formation of a new congressional Select Committee to investigate the Russia Connection. Developments since the publication of that piece have only served to strengthen our argument. Others are making the same case.

The Russia Connection

House Intel Chair Devin Nunes Strikes Again: Tracking the Pattern

Rep. Devin Nunes, chairman of the House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence, lit up the internet in back-to-back press conferences yesterday on the Hill and at the White House (see Ben, Susan and Quinta’s handy analysis). Nunes’s statements may be puzzling in isolation, but they make a lot more sense in the context of recent events and his own conduct over the last month.

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