U.S. Intelligence Agencies Adjust to Growing Threats

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As they prepare for war in Iraq, U.S. intelligence agencies are mounting a growing effort to thwart terrorism, and keeping an eye on North Korea. The CIA is bringing in agency retirees and taking other steps to keep up with the demand for intelligence. NPR's Steve Inskeep reports.



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