Sen. Chuck Schumer, D-N.Y., expresses his dismay at Russian President Vladimir Putin granting asylum to American secrets leaker Edward Snowden. Defying the United States, Russia granted Edward Snowden temporary asylum on Thursday, allowing the National Security Agency leaker to slip out of the Moscow airport where he has been holed up for weeks in hopes of evading espionage charges back home.
Sen. Chuck Schumer, D-N.Y., expresses his dismay at Russian President Vladimir Putin granting asylum to American secrets leaker Edward Snowden. Defying the United States, Russia granted Edward Snowden temporary asylum on Thursday, allowing the National Security Agency leaker to slip out of the Moscow airport where he has been holed up for weeks in hopes of evading espionage charges back home.
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WASHINGTON — Struggling to salvage a massive surveillance program, President Barack Obama was confronted by congressional critics of the National Security Agency's collection of Americans' telephone records Thursday as snowballing concerns made new limitations on the intelligence effort appear increasingly likely.

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