Reining in the NSA, Russia May Leave Nuclear Treaty, Missing Weapons

Sen. Patrick Leahy10514046465_83da689776_z introduced legislation that would ban the federal government from collecting phone and Internet data, and narrow how much information can be gathered in a search.(Reuters)

According to analysts in the country, Russia could leave a major Cold War era nuclear arms treaty after President Obama accused Moscow of violating the agreement by testing a cruise missile. (The Guardian)

$626 million worth of weapons sent from the U.S. to Afghanistan cannot be accounted for, according to the Department of Defense. The price tag includes some 747,000 auxiliary military equipment given to Afghan National Security Forces. (The Diplomat)

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