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Senate Passes Major Overhaul of U.S. Intelligence

The Senate, determined to galvanize the nation’s intelligence-gathering capabilities for the war on terrorism, on Wednesday approved a far-reaching restructuring of the nation’s spy agencies. Little more than two months after the Sept. 11 commission said that poor intelligence coordination made it easier for Al Qaeda to carry out its 2001 terrorist attacks, the Senate adopted its core recommendation: to give a new national intelligence director authority over the budgets and senior personnel of most of the nation’s 15 domestic and international spy agencies. Full Story

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