Sept. 11 Report Points to Missed Clues

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Congress is set to release a final report on whether U.S. intelligence could have predicted the terror attacks of Sept. 11, 2001. The report finds that intelligence officials had no specific information on the terror plot, but says the FBI, CIA and other agencies missed several indications that al Qaeda was planning a major attack. Hear NPR's Larry Abramson.

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