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The ACLU is suing the NSA, contending that its secret surveillance programs violates Americans' constitutional rights.
Draft version of plan already circling Secretary Hagel's office, sources say.
'It is time for marijuana possession arrests to end,' says civil liberties group.
Restaurant owners laud electronic verification system ahead of Senate, House legislation.
The Senate will not take up the controversial cybersecurity bill, is drafting separate legislation.
A Utah company maintains it has the rights to two cancer genes it isolated.
Drone proponents said they did not foresee the privacy outcry over domestic drones.
Senators had threatened holding up national security nominees ahead of leak.
'G.I Jane' just might become a reality.
Female troop policy is unconstitutional, the civil liberties group says.