Intelligence Clearinghouse Wins Praise

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The Terrorist Threat Integration Center, or TTIC, was established a year ago amid much criticism. The organization is designed to centralize intelligence from the CIA, FBI and Office of Homeland Security. Critics feared an erosion of civil liberties, and said the clearinghouse would duplicate work. Now the TTIC is winning praise from a range of officials. NPR's Mary Louise Kelly reports.



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