Surveillance prevented at least 10 U.S. terror attacks, NSA says


The director of the National Security Agency, Gen. Keith Alexander, defended the controversial surveillance programs exposed by Edward Snowden and revealed details of two previously unreported cases he said were cracked with the help of the programs. NBC’s Andrea Mitchell reports.

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