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Bush proposes intelligence center

The White House said Tuesday that the nation’s first unified Terrorist Threat Integration Center, proposed by President George W. Bush in his State of the Union message, will bring together intelligence gathered at home and abroad by a variety of agencies. Among them are the CIA, which will appoint its director, the FBI, the Department of Defense and others. “Since Sept. 11, our intelligence and law enforcement agencies have worked more closely than ever to track and disrupt terrorists,” Bush said in his address. “And tonight, I am instructing the leaders of the FBI, Central Intelligence, Homeland Security and the Department of Defense to develop a Terrorist Threat Integration Center. Full Story

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