January 3rd, 2014
07:23 PM ET

Obama administration appeals ruling on NSA spy program

The Justice Department filed an appeal Thursday to keep the National Security Agency's controversial spy program up and running, after a federal judge called its constitutionality into question.

Top-secret court renews NSA snooping at critical point

The surveillance program, which collects daily phone records from millions of Americans was renewed today through March.

But the legality of the program will be debated for quite some time and could ultimately be decided by the Supreme Court.

OutFront: CNN Legal Analyst Jeffrey Toobin.

Filed under: Justice • News • NSA • NSA Leaker Edward Snowden
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  1. abdusluqman

    Wow no comments? Is it because there's no one in the article to hate?

    January 4, 2014 at 1:42 pm | Reply

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