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Obama signs bill reshaping #NSA phone records program

President signed USA Freedom Act, which will revive and remake the post-9/11 spy program.

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US politicians call for release of secret 9/11 report

White House urged to release 28-pages of classified information alleging Saudi Arabia officials helped organise attacks.

September 11

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Controversial US monitoring powers expire

Spy agencies can no longer collect Americans' phone records and other data after Senate fails to extend their authority.

Rand Paul

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Drier weather for #Texas and #Oklahoma

New month, new weather as the southern states of the US finally get some respite from the rain.

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US Muslim wins hijab case against Abercrombie & Fitch

Supreme Court rules in favour of Muslim woman who said clothing label denied her a job because of her headscarf.

Elauf

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US police 'shot dead almost 400 people' in 2015

US newspaper tracks police killings, which approaches a rate of more than two a day in the first five months of 2015.

shootings

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#Lightsail spacecraft 'phones home' after falling silent

Scientists breathe sigh of relief after $4m experimental Lightsail1 spacecraft resumes contact.

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Freed activist Mohamed Soltan arrives home in US

Activist repatriates after hunger strike for more than 400 days in protest against his detention in Egypt.

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Veiled Muslim woman claims discrimination on US flight

Student Tahera Ahmad says a steward refused to give her an unopened can of cola because she could use it as a weapon.

United Airlines

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US says anthrax shipments wider than previously thought

Pentagon launches review of practises after it discovers that mistaken shipments of live anthrax were more widespread.

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