Senate Report Said to Fault CIA for Iraq Intel Failures

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The Republican-led Senate Intelligence Committee on Friday will release a 500-page report outlining extensive U.S. intelligence failures in Iraq. Sources say the report largely faults the CIA. Although Democrats signed off on the full report, they are disappointed it doesn't evaluate how Bush administration officials used intelligence prior to the Iraq invasion. Hear NPR's David Welna.

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