U.S. lawmakers have reached a deal to end the National Security Agency's phone records program. If Congress approves the bill, the Obama administration would stop collecting the information, known as metadata, which lists millions of phone calls made in the U.S. The bill is sponsored by Republican Mike Rogers and Democrat Dutch Ruppersberger. It would require the government to "serve a directive" to telecommunication companies for data collection.

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