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Topic - Hayden
The former director of the CIA and National Security Agency says the government should release more information about its secretive surveillance programs to reassure Americans that their privacy rights are being protected.
An Idaho man is out of a job after he was charged with slapping a toddler on a flight earlier this month.
Seattle Mayor Mike McGinn on Thursday proposed a series of police reforms in response to a damning federal report that came after several high-profile incidents involving minorities.
Look out, NFL. The defending AFC champion Colts finally have their dream defense _ fast, experienced, deep and getting better.
"He's our leader back there, and you could say he's the most battle-tested guy in the secondary," Hayden said. "He doesn't do a lot of talking, but when he leads, he leads by example and we need that."