House And Senate Members Get Classified Intelligence Briefings

House And Senate Members Get Classified Intelligence Briefings

FILE - In this Feb. 5, 2008, photo, then CIA Director, Lt. Gen. Michael Hayden, testifies about world threats before a Senate Intelligence Committee on Capitol Hill in Washington. For years, top officials of the Bush and Obama administrations dismissed fears about secret government data-mining by reassuring Congress that there were no secret nets trawling for Americans' phone and Internet records, no hidden vacuuming of personal information. "We do not vacuum up the contents of communications under the president's program and then use some sort of magic after the intercept to determine which of those we want to listen to, deal with or report on," Hayden told a Senate Judiciary Committee hearing in July 2006. (AP Photo/Kevin Wolf, File)

There are many more questions than answers as top officials conduct classified intelligence briefings for House and Senate members today. ABC'S Sam Donaldson has the latest.