Evening Update Thurs Dec. 3


Wahid Lodin

A Federal Court rules in favor of a handful of Americans who challenged the legality of the N-S-A’s phone surveillance program.

Citizens are not confident of the ability of various organizations and companies to keep their personal information private and secure.

A government report finds that almost half of American households now use cell phones almost exclusively.

A Senate Finance Committee report concludes that the expensive price of a breakthrough drug for Hepatitis C put profits before patients.

Young whites are more optimistic than minority peers about the likelihood of living until the age of 35.

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