What's Next For The FBI: A New Generation Of Challenges

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Guests

Garrett Graff, editor of Washingtonian magazine and author of The Threat Matrix: The FBI at War
Philip Mudd, served in senior leadership positions at both the CIA and FBI
Jennifer Lynch, staff attorney, Electronic Frontier Foundation

As Robert Mueller's tenure at the director FBI comes to a close, the Obama administration narrows the global war on terror. The White House is expected to nominate former deputy attorney general James Comey. The new leader will face a host of new challenges.

Correction June 25, 2013

In the audio of this story, a guest included the Black Panthers among groups that often bombed U.S. targets in the '60s and '70s. While a handful of people with links to the Black Panther Party were accused of bombings, it was not an activity generally associated with the group.

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