Bush, Dems deadlocked on terror surveillance

Negotiations between the White House and congressional leaders over giving intelligence agents broader powers to eavesdrop on suspected foreign terrorists broke down Friday night. House Intelligence Chairman Silvestre Reyes said talks were at a standstill after the White House reneged on an earlier offer accepted by Democrats. Reyes, a Democrat, said the party had agreed to three points that Director of National Intelligence Mike McConnell said the Bush administration needed.