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Document releases, by the numbers.

Americans don't like it, but it's not a high priority for the government to address, in their eyes.

Most Americans say they believe his disclosures harmed U.S. security.

  • Sean Sullivan and Scott Clement
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  • Jan 2, 2014
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"Jam the FBI's optical signals." With duct tape.

"Under this plan, if you like your NSA spy, you get to keep your NSA spy."

"We live in your pantry. ... Also, you're out of Berry Burst Cheerios."

No longer is this story about the potential for abuse and the scope of the government's powers; it's now about actual violations of those powers.

Partisans reunite on issue for first time sinc

The libertarian movement is alive and well in the Democratic Party -- arguably just as much in the GOP (if not more).

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