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WASHINGTON (AP) -- Vice President Dick Cheney on Thursday told the Senate Judiciary Committee chairman that he is willing to work with Congress on rules governing the White House's eavesdropping program.
But Cheney stopped short of promising any action as he responded to a terse letter from Sen. Arlen Specter, R-Pennsylvania, the day before.
Specter was trying to force telephone company executives to testify about their role in the monitoring. He backed off this week after learning the executives would not be allowed to provide any details about the classified work.