Goss Tapped to Head CIA, But Role Unclear

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President Bush has nominated House Intelligence Committee Chairman Porter Goss (R-FL) to direct the Central Intelligence Agency. But it's unclear what Goss' role would be, as Congress considers a proposal to create a national director to supervise the CIA and other intelligence agencies. Hear NPR's Pam Fessler.



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