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Urging Swift Action, Panel Warns Deadlier Attacks Are Likely

The bipartisan commission that investigated the Sept. 11 attacks concluded in its unanimous final report on Thursday that the attacks “were a shock but they should not have come as a surprise.” It warned that without a historic restructuring of the nation’s intelligence agencies and a new emphasis on diplomacy, the United States would leave itself open to an even more catastrophic attack. After a 19-month investigation that laid bare the failures of the Central Intelligence Agency, the Federal Bureau of Investigation, the Pentagon, the National Security Council and virtually every other government agency responsible for defending the nation on that brilliantly sunny September morning in 2001, the 10-member commission offered a detailed proposal for reorganizing the way the country gathers and shares intelligence. Full Story

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