9/11 Commission Set to Convene

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The White House moves to defuse a former senior terrorism expert's allegations that the Bush administration focused on Iraq rather than al Qaeda after the terrorist attacks of 2001. National Security Adviser Condoleeza Rice says statements in Richard Clarke's book, Against All Enemies, are inaccurate. Senior officials from the Clinton and Bush administrations will testify at the public hearings. NPR's Pam Fessler reports.



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