Traumatized Puerto Ricans see uncertain, insecure future
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The House of Representatives voted to reauthorize a key provision of the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act, which U.S. intelligence agencies say is critical to collecting communications from overseas. But the complex issue has sparked some heated debate and seemingly contradictory tweets from the president. Judy Woodruff learns more from Susan Hennessey of Lawfare.
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