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As congressional hearings continue this week, investigators are finding connections between one of the men who plotted the World Trade bombing in 1993 and the man who conceived the World Trade Center attacks on Sept. 11. Senior intelligence and law enforcement agents now say they may have missed some important clues before Sept. 11, but as NPR's Steve Inskeep reports, its too soon to say whether the FBI or CIA had enough evidence to stop the attacks.