Report: NSA Tracks Location Of Millions Of Cellphones Each Day

(Washington, DC) -- The National Security gathers information on the location of hundreds of millions of cellphones every day. The "Washington Post" says the NSA takes in nearly five-billion records each day locating cellphones around the world, including those of some Americans. The "Post" says it used documents released by former NSA contractor Edward Snowden and interviews with intelligence officials to determine how many phones were tracked each day.