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State's Security Bureau Takes on Expanded Role

The State Department likes to call it the harbinger of both the CIA and the Department of Homeland Security. One of the department’s least-known operations emerged in the heated early days of World War I, when Secretary of State Robert Lansing was determined to hire someone to help him with security, espionage and intelligence threats, including the sensitive issue of tracking, expelling or interning diplomats from countries that were suddenly enemies. There was no CIA. Full Story

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