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Will US Intelligence Agencies Stop Confiding to Congress?

Top intelligence and law enforcement officials warn that last week's release of a congressional memo alleging FBI surveillance abuse could have wide-ranging repercussions: Spy agencies could start sharing less information with Congress, weakening oversight. Lawmakers will try to declassify more intelligence for political gain. Confidential informants will worry about being outed on Capitol Hill. The GOP-produced memo released last week contends that when the FBI asked a secret court...

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