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The White House tried to mediate between the CIA and the Senate panel that oversees it after both sides alleged they were spied on by the other over a Bush-era harsh interrogation methods such as simulated drowning or waterboarding.

Senator Feinstein accused the agency of searching computers used by committee staffers examining CIA documents when they were researching counter-terrorism operations .The issue has escalated into a major fight over the interrogation program, which President Barack Obama halted shortly after taking office in 2009, and over the powers of the executive and legislative branches. It was an unusual departure for Feinstein, who has been one of the strongest supporters of the natural security community in Congress, notably in the months since former contractor Edward Snowden began releasing secret information about U.S. surveillance programs.Reuters

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