Goss Pick for CIA Post Turns Down Job

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The man nominated by new CIA chief Porter Goss to be the agency's executive director turns down the position. Michael Kostiw's decision not to take the No. 3 job at the agency follows reports that he was pressured to leave the CIA on a shoplifting charge more than 20 years ago. Hear NPR's Mary Louise Kelly.



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