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Intelligence Directors Testify on Threats to U.S.

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Intelligence Directors Testify on Threats to U.S.

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Intelligence Directors Testify on Threats to U.S.

Intelligence Directors Testify on Threats to U.S.

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The directors of the CIA, FBI and the Defense Intelligence Agency discuss the global security threats facing the United States in a visit to the Senate Intelligence Committee. The three contend that the al Qaeda terror network remains the largest threat, as the group's anti-American sentiment and technical expertise have reached a wider extremist movement. NPR's Mary Louise Kelly reports.

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