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RT America — February 4, 2014

February 04, 2014 09:45
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A House Intelligence Committee Hearing looking into worldwide threats to U.S. national security focused in on Edward Snowden and the ongoing NSA disclosures. It was there that Chairman Mike Rogers (R-MI) suggested that journalists brokering the Snowden documents are breaking the law. And in a House Judiciary Committee Hearing, members of the Privacy and Civil Liberties Oversight Board explained how the NSA's domestic phone spying program chills free speech. RT's Sam Sacks reports.

A State Department report that outlines the environmental impact of the Keystone XL pipeline is fueling anger among activists. The long-awaited report assesses the environmental impact of the pipeline that would funnel oil from Canada to the Texas Gulf Coast. While pipeline advocates are using the report as proof to move forward with the project, environmental activists say it can't be trusted due to conflicts of interest. RT correspondent Liz Wahl has the latest on the pipeline controversy.

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