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“We’re not there yet,” the Senate Majority leader said on CBS’s “Face the Nation.”
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Gen. Michael Hayden said President Obama’s response to privacy concerns was telling for what it...
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Lon Snowden said his son should fight espionage charges at a public trial.
"I really didn't think anyone would have believed me," Dawn Zimmer said.
Mike Morell said NSA employees have "looked at boyfriends or girlfriends."
Obama "was listening to those of us across the political spectrum,” Colorado senator said.
The former Defense secretary said modern wars lack "clear-cut" definitions of victory.
"He was helped by others," the House Homeland Security chairman said.
The Vermont Democrat says allies may say, "Hey, United States, you are on your own."
Several lawmakers said Sunday that they are concerned about terrorism threats next month.
The Democrat predicts congressional opponents won't be successful in shutting it down.
Michael Hayden said proposed reforms would “fundamentally preserve” controversial programs.
The House Intelligence chairman said Obama's plan is making people "scratch our heads."
The attorney general will be asked to testify about surveillance programs, Leahy said.
Giuliani said "you miss a lot of things" in campaign mode.
Christie has insisted he had no firsthand knowledge of decision to close bridge lanes.
Americans are a "forgiving people," the RNC chairman said.
Mark Sokolich acknowledged some doubts about whether Christie knew nothing about closures.
Rubio declined to comment on the bridge scandal on Sunday, saying it would be a mistake.
McCain said Christie can move on "as long as another shoe doesn't drop."
McCain said Gates was frustrated and "decided to really let loose."
Maryland's governor declined to criticize Chris Christie, another potential 2016 candidate.
The top Democrat on the House Budget Committee on Sunday blasted Paul.
“It’s a mess," the Kentucky Republican said.
"I’m not going to worried about what could have happened,” Romney said.
“I have enough trouble at the federal level,” the New York Democrat said.
The senator said that the House is unlikely to pass a measure that has a path to citizenship.
“That’s what we fought the Revolutionary War over,” Paul said about generalized warrants.
Paul also said that any extension would also need to be paired with job-creating policies.
The Kentucky Republican stopped short of saying Snowden deserved clemency.
The possible GOP White House contender on Sunday said he was focused on elections in 2014.
The Little Sisters would face fines if contraception mandate is lifted, their attorney said.
“We have to be a country committed to leaving nobody behind in this recovery," Sperling said.
Romney also questioned whether Russia should have been awarded 2014 Winter Olympics.
An MSNBC show had made jokes about Romney's adopted black grandson.
The administration's response was a "clear attempt" to mislead the public, he said.
The former Massachusetts senator was mum on his plans for a run in New Hampshire.
Programs are akin to a "bulk warrant" that violates Constitution, Ben Wizner said.
"Edward Snowden should not be in Russia," Ben Wizner said.
The Texas Republican on Sunday also downplayed his influence over House Republicans.
Reps. Mike Rogers and Adam Schiff say al Qaeda was involved in deadly attack.
Manchin said it would be "extremely challenging" to hold on to the Senate.