More Questions Raised Over Halliburton Iraq Deal

New evidence suggests that Vice President Dick Cheney's office may have had more influence over an Iraq oil reconstruction contract awarded to Halliburton than it has previously claimed. Cheney's office maintains there were no improper contacts with the vice president's former company. NPR's Peter Overby reports.

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