Congress to Probe Domestic Spying by Wm. Fisher

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As those loyal to President George W. Bush circle the wagons to aggressively defend his program of conducting surveillance of phone calls and e-mails of U.S. citizens, a judge on the court set up to review requests for such actions has resigned, apparently in protest. At the same time, a prominent Republican senator promised to hold public hearings, the House of Representatives Democratic leader and the ranking Democratic member of the Senate Intelligence Committee said they had objected to the program, and a California Democratic senator said a number of legal authorities had told her that the president's actions rose to the level of impeachable offenses.

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