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So today another example of the kind of information the government does not want you to know the camp can't seem to keep under wraps.
Here's chief intelligence correspondent Catherine Herridge.
Publishing once secret documents Britain's guardian newspaper alleges that -- -- administration allowed the National Security Agency.
To sweep -- records that show the Internet and email usage of American citizens.
This so called Internet meta data according to the paper records email and IP addresses which can be analyzed to show an individual's interest -- pattern of behavior on the web.
After an interagency review a spokesman for the nation's intelligence chief said the program which begin after 9/11 was quote.
Discontinued in 2011 for operational and resource reasons and has not been restarted.
At a Baltimore conference without commenting on new allegations of domestic spying the NSA director said the system is more secure.
I was clearly what actions were taken to prevent a future -- and we've taken that right off the get go in terms of protecting our networks all the things that you would expect us if you were doing and more.
On the list of fifty plus provided to congress to justify controversial NSA data collection programs.
Alexander explained it's actually 42 alleged -- and a dozen cases where individuals provided money or aid to terrorists.
Fifteen of the 54 cases.
Led to arrests or detentions.
With -- -- apparently stuck in the transit zone of the Moscow airport the US State Department warned Ecuador that granting asylum would not go unpunished.
What would not be a good thing is -- granting mr.
stone silent that would have.
Create difficulties for about a relationship.
This State Department tried to play down reports the official Russian news service -- The snow in discussions were too informal and Moscow warned a more official request from Washington for the Tennessee leaker.
This -- must Hong Kong nearly a week ago the State Department publicly chastise the Chinese.
The Hong Kong authorities knew about mr.
stone -- they knew we was -- wanted to.
Fugitive and intentionally let.
And well ahead of the Senate Intelligence Committee believe -- may have as many as 200 documents to release.
The president's deputy national security advisor Ben Rhodes said it's not clear how much classified information -- took.
This lack of clarity raises the question.
With -- using more than one computer log -- because fox -- -- of an audit of his computer you should show which documents he viewed and downloaded practice.
And Gotham tonight news out of the Boston bombing investigation.
Well that's right today thirty count indictment was unsealed against nineteen year old so Carson and I have.
Was accused of using pressure -- bombs to kill three and injured more than 260 people and the Boston Marathon finish line April 15.
The indictment alleges so -- is a homegrown terrorists they drew inspiration from al-Qaeda and its affiliate in Yemen.
Even downloading bomb making instructions from the terrorist groups online magazine inspire.
As for the older brother -- in the indictment confirms.
That he was run over by his younger brother during a standoff with police in Watertown Massachusetts.
Contributing to Tim -- -- Significantly the indictment is silent on the older brother six months in Russia and whether he was radicalized there and trained in bomb making by a foreign terrorist group.
-- -- -- Catherine thank you.
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