Report: Two at Halliburton Unit Took Iraq Kickbacks

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A report in Friday's Wall Street Journal alleges two employees of the Halliburton subsidiary company Kellogg, Brown and Root took kickbacks totaling as much as $6 million from a Kuwaiti company to secure a sub-contract supplying U.S. troops in Iraq. Hear NPR's Robert Siegel and Wall Street Journal reporter Neil King.

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