Security Agencies

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NPR's Steve Inskeep reports on some of the ways the Bush administration plans to use the National Security Agency, the CIA and FBI to carry out its war against terrorism. The three agencies will try to prevent specific terrorist attacks against U.S. targets, while also going on the offensive against terrorist networks. To do that, they'll need more resources, including some that are hard to find.

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