After Meeting With NSA Chief Senators Say Contractors and Misinformation of Major Concern

May also be worth being concerned about laws that allow the sort of behavior that has some people upset


Senate leaders emerged Tuesday from a closed-door meeting with the National Security Agency chief saying the story about the American who leaked details about secret U.S. surveillance programs is enveloped in misinformation and called for public hearings.

"It's not possible for Congress to do the kind of vigorous oversight that (President Obama) spoke about if you can't get straight answers," Oregon Democratic SenRon Wyden said following NSA Director Keith Alexander's meeting with members of the Senate Select Committee on Intelligence.