A.M. Links: NSA Spying, Hillary vs. Bernie, Iran Deal
The NSA says it will examine and destroy millions of U.S. phone records in its possession "as soon as possible."
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- According to a new CNN poll, a majority of Americans want Congress to reject the Iran nuclear deal.
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