Bush Seeks New Police Powers to Fight Terror

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President Bush asks Congress to grant law enforcement authorities broader powers to investigate and prosecute suspected terrorists, saying current laws create unreasonable obstacles in the war on terror. Bush calls for the wider use of the death penalty and asks that terror suspects be held without bail. Hear NPR's Pam Fessler.

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