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CIA Says It Will Not Get Mixed Up in Policy

The CIA denied on Wednesday that its new director had told the spy agency to shape intelligence to support the policies of President Bush. The agency was responding to a report in The New York Times which said CIA Director Porter Goss had told his staff to back Bush, a sharp departure for an agency that is supposed to stick to facts and stay out of policy judgments. Critics have pointed at the resignations of some top CIA officials as a sign that Goss and his advisers who came with him from Capitol Hill were acting in a partisan manner.Full Story

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