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Week in Review: Congress, CIA, Election 2008

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Week in Review: Congress, CIA, Election 2008

Week in Review: Congress, CIA, Election 2008

Week in Review: Congress, CIA, Election 2008

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The Democratic-led Congress ends with troops still in Iraq because with slight improvements in the war and the economy worsening the public's attention shifted. The CIA promises to cooperate with investigators probing destroyed tapes showing harsh interrogations. The presidential race becomes more of a dead heat as front-runners slip.