Listen: Judge blasts FBI over misleading info for surveillance of Trump campaign adviser
"A secretive federal federal court is accusing the FBI of providing misleading information in its applications for surveillance of a former trump campaign aide as NPR's Ryan Lucas reports. The the court is ordering the bureau to ensure doesn't happen again. The order from the foreign intelligence surveillance court comes a week after a scathing report from the Justice Department's internal watchdog about the surveillance. It's a former trump campaign aide. Carter page the report documented. Seventeen serious errors or omissions the FBI made when get in the courts approval for surveillance on page wjr now the court's presiding judge Rosemary. Collier says the FBI has a duty to be fully forthcoming with the court. The bureau's handling of the page applications she says was was antiethical to that duty and it calls into question the information in other. FBI surveillance applications. The judge ordered the government to submit by January tenth. What had has done and plans to do to ensure that every FBI application is accurate and complete Ryan Lucas NPR news Washington? The government says that housing starts jumped into a twelve year high last month details from NPR. Scott horsely a survey by the National Association of homebuilders. This week showed builders are as bullish as they've been in more than two decades locates and that's"