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Littwin on Senate-CIA spat: This time, no one is fleeing to...

The CIA-versus-Dianne Feinstein and Mark Udall story has got everything -- lying, stealing, bullying, spying, mendacity, audacity, betrayal and, of course, because it's 2014, hacking.

Senate tamps down on government passive surveillance. House debates minimum wage...

Senate treads thin line between serving justice and protecting privacy with passive surveillance bill While a national debate rages about the eyes and ears of...

Notes from the Statehouse: more nicotine regs, lower open-records fees and...

Notes from the Colorado State Capitol on February 24, 2014.

Today’s the day: Stop the mass surveillance

Today is The Day We Fight Back, an international internet protest against the sweeping digital surveillance being conducted by the National Security Agency.

Wiretap: Stagnant class mobility; gun-scared Castle Rock employees

Bad news for the American dream. According to a study by leading economists, mobility hasn't changed over the last 50 years.

Wiretap: Obamacare still seeking bros, ladybros

Right now, only 24 percent of insurees fall into the 18-34 age group. Obamacare is shooting for 38 percent.

Littwin: The whistleblower blues

The New York Times publishes an editorial, and at least one thing becomes clear: Newspapers still matter, at least if the paper is the Times, which has proposed that Edward Snowden come home, with the semi-blessing of a reluctant Obama administration.

Wiretap: Benghazi without al-Qaeda

The must-read story on Benghazi, written and reported by David Kirkpatrick of the New York Times, tells how militias that Americans thought were friendly...

Wiretap: Minimum wage hike popular with public, good for economy, likely...

According to a National Journal poll, Americans overwhelmingly (71 percent) want a hike in the minimum wage. What do you think Congress will do? OK, you know what Congress will do -- nothing.

Wiretap: Demand your privacy

Judge Richard J. Leon, a George W. Bush nominee, takes a major shot at the NSA's domestic-surveillance program, which may not survive the blow.
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