Dianne Feinstein, chairwoman of the Senate Intelligence Committee, speaks to reporters in April. She tells NPR she's "not particularly" comfortable with the CIA vetting the "Torture Report." Molly Riley/AP hide caption

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An Mi-17 helicopter used by the Afghan air force sits on Bagram Air Field in Afghanistan in May 2013. The Pentagon purchases the Russian-made helicopters for the Afghan air force, but recent sanctions may put that deal in jeopardy. Kristin M. Hall/AP hide caption

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Computer hacking experts from the National Security Agency and various branches of the U.S. armed services try to break into remote networks set up by competing U.S. military service academies. The hackers'€™ war room is in a building in Columbia, Md., owned by Parsons, a U.S. defense contractor. David Welna/NPR hide caption

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The Capitol dome in Washington will undergo renovation this spring, a project that is estimated to take two years and cost nearly $60 million. Jonathan Ernst/Reuters /Landov hide caption

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