A review panel set up by US President Barack Obama has defended the NSA's surveillance practices. Many German politicians are calling for action if talks on a possible "no-spy" pact between Germany and the US break down.
The FBI and NSA directors are set to testify on their probes into possible links between Russia and President Trump's campaign. They will also address Trump's unsubstantiated claim that President Obama wiretapped him.
A computer, a treadmill, a cat - Julian Assange does not have many diversions. The WikiLeaks founder has been holed up at the Ecuadorean Embassy in London since 2012, with no sign he will be able to leave anytime soon.
The US won't just get a new president this year. It will also be getting a new leader who must deal with NSA oversight amid an increased terror threat. Yet, voters appear indifferent. Kathleen Schuster explores why.
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