U.S. Tries New Approaches to Intelligence Expertise

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The war on terror has greatly increased the demand for intelligence professionals, prompting the government to widen its search for new talent. One place where training is expanding is at a New Mexico State University-Las Cruces, where some students are already working for federal spy agencies. NPR's Linda Wertheimer reports.



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