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Activists Who Burgled the FBI Come Forward — 43 Years Later

Posted on 01/8/2014 by | Legal Grounds | Comments

Bulletin TodayThe holiday season is the time for big-screen blockbusters. So perhaps it’s appropriate that 2014 has ushered in a real-life tale of activists, break-ins, surveillance and the FBI that has all the makings of an action-packed, big-screen thriller. The story starts in 1971, with the Vietnam War still going strong and protests against it at their peak. One night, antiwar activists broke into an FBI field office in Media, Pa., and stole pretty much every document inside. They hit a …

Who Supports NSA Surveillance and Who Doesn’t

Posted on 06/12/2013 by | News, Culture, Sights and Sounds | Comments

Bulletin Today | PoliticsAmericans of different ages don’t agree about government surveillance of their telephone and online communications, two new polls show. When it comes to the National Security Agency’s collecting and analyzing Americans’ phone records, 56 percent of adults of all ages support the idea. Those 50 to 64 are right in line with their younger counterparts, but those 65 and older are slightly more likely (61 percent) to support the idea. That’s according to a poll from the Pew Research Center …