Pentagon's Office of Special Plans Under Scrutiny

Senate investigators looking into pre-war intelligence failures are taking a closer look at the Pentagon's Office of Special Plans. Pentagon officials say the office was a policy-planning group. Critics say it was created to second-guess CIA intelligence on Iraq. NPR's Mary Louise Kelly reports.

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