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WASHINGTON (AP) — A former CIA official who oversaw the agency's interrogation program says the Senate Intelligence Committee's report on coercive tactics betrays intelligence officials and will erode their trust in future presidential administrations. Jose Rodriguez headed the CIA's counterterrorism section and its clandestine service. He told "Fox News Sunday" that intelligence officials would be undercut by "second-guessing" from the White House and Congress and warned allied nations that cooperated with U.S. intelligence might reassess their aid.

HELSINKI (AP) — Norwegian police say they have warned politicians about possible eavesdropping of cellphone calls after several listening devices were reportedly found in central Oslo, including near government buildings and Parliament. Police say the National Security Authority is investigating media reports that illegal listening and tracking devices were found in fake mobile base stations.

FREETOWN, Sierra Leone (AP) — An official in Sierra Leone says one of the country's top doctors has contracted the Ebola virus. Dr. Victor Willoughby is the 12th physician in the country to become infected. Ten of them have died.

WASHINGTON (AP) — President Barack Obama's health insurance program faces another test. Tomorrow is the deadline for new customers to pick a health plan that will take effect Jan. 1. And for current customers, it's the deadline to make changes that could reduce expected premium increase ahead of the new year. is expecting heavy traffic, and telephone hold times at the federal call center already have started creeping up.

NEWTOWN, Conn. (AP) — No public memorial events are planned in Newtown, Connecticut as the community marks the second anniversary of the shootings that killed 20 children and six educators at Sandy Hook Elementary School. Town officials say today will be a day of private reflection and remembrance. The 20-year-old gunman also killed his mother before shooting his way into the school on the morning of Dec. 14, 2012. He committed suicide as police arrived on the scene.

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