Newscast Media WASHINGTON—The official legal rationales for US drone strikes and
NSA surveillance programs remain classified. A growing number of advocacy groups
are calling on the White House to come clean about its counterterrorism programs.
US drone strikes in Pakistan have killed at least 400 civilians, according to NGO and
Pakistani government sources cited by Amnesty International. Meanwhile, National
Security Agency surveillance programs have collected thousands of communications
from American citizens, in violation of the US Constitution’s prohibition against
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