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Rumsfeld: Use Caution in Reform of Intelligence

Defense Secretary Donald H. Rumsfeld warned senators yesterday that moving hastily to centralize all U.S. intelligence-gathering efforts under a new national director could spawn confusion while the country is at war and could prevent vital information from getting to those on the battlefield. Pledging to work with Congress to “strengthen our ability to live in this new and dangerous world,” Rumsfeld said that he believes the Pentagon and the CIA have created a strong, interlocking relationship to close gaps revealed by the Sept. 11, 2001, attacks. Full Story

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