Members of Congress said U.S. spy agencies went too far when they built a massive database of all daily telephone call records and may have jeopardized political support for the very law they relied ... more 
Members of Congress said U.S. spy agencies went too far when they built a massive database of all daily telephone call records and may have jeopardized political support for the very law they relied on to create it. Lawmakers said at a hearing of the House Judiciary Committee that they doubted the legal provision had the votes to win renewal before it is set to expire in June 2015. The Rolling Ston August 3rd issue features none other than Boston marathon bombing suspect Dzhokhar Tsarnaev. The choice is an obvious ploy for attention ? some are calling the magazine "Trolling Stone" .CVS is now officially the first company to step in, saying it won't be selling the magazine in its stores. A bipartisan group of senators is pressing forward with a reporter shield bill that includes new Justice Department guidelines for investigations that involve the media. Democratic Sen. Chuck Schumer of New York, and Sen. Lindsay Graham, R-S.C., say the bill would ensure future administrations do not roll back protections for members of the media and the law will make it much harder for political appointees to stop reporters from doing their job. less 
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