Mitch McConnell is pushing the
Senate to pass a law that would
let the FBI collect Americans'
web browsing history without a
The Senate is expected to vote Wednesday to renew
the 2001 PATRIOT Act, and Mitch McConnell is
pushing an amendment to the law that would
expand the FBI's surveillance powers.
An amendment proposed by McConnell would, for
the first time ever, let the FBI collect records on
Americans' web browsing and search histories
without a warrant.
Another amendment drafted by McConnell would
give the attorney general more oversight of FBI