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Clinton Aide Berger Probed over Archive Documents

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Sandy Berger, President Clinton's former national security advisor, faces an investigation for removing classified documents from the National Archives. Berger, who was reviewing the papers ahead of his testimony before the Sept. 11 commission, says he accidentally removed some notes but didn't violate any laws. Hear NPR's Larry Abramson.

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