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Rice to testify in public, under oath

After days of intense pressure, the White House on Tuesday agreed to allow national security adviser Condoleezza Rice to testify publicly and under oath before the commission investigating the September 11, 2001, attacks. But Bush administration officials insisted on assurances that her appearance would not create a precedent for White House staff to testify before a commission created by Congress. The White House also reversed its opposition to letting President Bush and Vice President Dick Cheney face questions from the full commission, rather than just the panel’s chairman and vice chairman. Full Story

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