In the opinion pages: The New York Times editorial board finds Michigan Senator Carl Levin's decision to table a proposal by Senator Kirsten Gillibrand to take the prosecutions of alleged sexual assault victims outside of the military chain-of-command distressing. The Washington Post's David Ignatius looks at the future of U.S. surveillance programs after Edward Snowden leaked classified information. The New York Times' Gail Collins wonders what Mayor Michael Bloomberg will do with his clout and his cash once his third term ends.
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