Britain's Guardian newspaper is publishing new, secret documents about the NSA surveillance program. They show the government can hold on to copies of phone calls and e-mails involving Americans ... more 
Britain's Guardian newspaper is publishing new, secret documents about the NSA surveillance program. They show the government can hold on to copies of phone calls and e-mails involving Americans indefinitely. The White House had said phone records could only be kept for five years. Chip Reid reports. less 
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