Politics Breaking News: FBI Director: Drones 'seldom' Used for Domestic Surveillance

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Politics Breaking News: FBI Director: Drones 'seldom' Used for Domestic Surveillance

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FBI director Robert Mueller said that the nation's top law enforcement bureau uses drones to conduct surveillance on U.S. soil, though only on a "very, very minimal basis."Mueller, the FBI director since 2001 who is set to retire this year, acknowledged that his agency uses drones in its investigative and law enforcement practices, and is further working to establish better guidelines for the use of drones. The first family is getting a sobering lesson in German history. Accompanying President Barack Obama to Berlin where he's due to give a speech today, first lady Michelle Obama and daughters Sasha and Malia took time out to tour the Berlin Wall and the Holocaust Memorial. New health insurance exchanges being set up by the federal government in more than 30 states under President Barack Obama's 2010 healthcare overhaul could miss an October 1 deadline for open enrollment.

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