Rice Briefs Congress on Iraq National Security Advisor Condoleezza Rice briefs House and Senate Republicans on the situation in Iraq. The closed-door briefing comes near the end of a series of Congressional hearings examining troop deployment extensions, military costs and the planned June 30 transfer of power to an Iraqi government. Rice also met with some Senate Democrats in a meeting that was arranged at the last minute. NPR's Andrea Seabrook reports.
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Rice Holds Closed-Door Iraq Briefings on Capitol Hill

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Rice Holds Closed-Door Iraq Briefings on Capitol Hill

Rice Holds Closed-Door Iraq Briefings on Capitol Hill

Rice Holds Closed-Door Iraq Briefings on Capitol Hill

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National Security Advisor Condoleezza Rice briefs House and Senate Republicans on the situation in Iraq. The closed-door briefing comes near the end of a series of Congressional hearings examining troop deployment extensions, military costs and the planned June 30 transfer of power to an Iraqi government. Rice also met with some Senate Democrats in a meeting that was arranged at the last minute. NPR's Andrea Seabrook reports.

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