On Tuesday, U.S. Senator Dianne Feinstein denounced the C.I.A. for allegedly spying on the Senate intelligence committee, specifically the committee's probe into a C.I.A. detention program. The charges have split top lawmakers, who either support Feinstein or say it's too early to draw conclusions. We look at how Feinstein's allegations could impact the national debate on surveillance.
Feinstein Accuses C.I.A. of Intimidating Senate Intelligence Committee
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Josh Gerstein, senior White House reporter for Politico, who specializes in legal and national security issues