In her May 2015 appearance at Stanford, Senator Feinstein discusses the Congressional role in overseeing America’s intelligence agencies, including the NSA and CIA, and in establishing the laws that govern their operations. The format for her appearance is a colloquy with Philip Taubman, a consulting professor at Stanford’s Center for International Security and Cooperation and former Washington bureau chief of The New York Times.
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