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Senate Leaders Urge Bush to Name New CIA Director

Senate Intelligence Committee leaders called on President Bush on Sunday to name a new CIA director quickly amid heightened terror fears and widespread concerns about U.S. intelligence flaws. Days after the panel issued a blistering report about CIA failures in Iraq, Senate Intelligence Committee Chairman Pat Roberts said he was prepared to oversee intensive hearings to ensure Senate confirmation for a new director of intelligence. The choice of a new CIA director has gained urgency because of fresh warnings by the administration of possible attacks on the United States as the Democratic and Republican parties prepare for their presidential nomination conventions.Full Story

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