Warrantless wiretaps now unlikely to be OK'd by Congress

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President Bush's once-secret program for wiretapping U.S.-foreign phone calls and computer traffic of suspected terrorists without warrants shows all the signs of not moving ahead, notwithstanding President Bush's request this week that a lame-duck Congress give it to him.

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Especially the choice of the word 'unlikely' as op... by Jack Purcell on Sunday, Nov 12, 2006 at 9:24:56 AM
is a word that goes well with lame duck, be it pre... by Rob Kall on Sunday, Nov 12, 2006 at 9:45:32 AM