Sept. 11 Report The U.S. government had intelligence about terrorist plans to seize aircraft and crash them into public buildings at least three years before the attacks of Sept. 11, 2001, according to the final report of a congressional inquiry. The report faults U.S. intelligence agencies for failing to communicate information that may have helped detect the terror plot. NPR's David Welna reports.
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Sept. 11 Report Details Intelligence Failures

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Sept. 11 Report Details Intelligence Failures

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Sept. 11 Report Details Intelligence Failures

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The U.S. government had intelligence about terrorist plans to seize aircraft and crash them into public buildings at least three years before the attacks of Sept. 11, 2001, according to the final report of a congressional inquiry. The report faults U.S. intelligence agencies for failing to communicate information that may have helped detect the terror plot. NPR's David Welna reports.