Senate Approves U.S. Intelligence Overhaul

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By a 96-to-2 vote, the Senate passes its version of intelligence reform. The Senate bill would create a national intelligence director post to coordinate the work and budgets of related agencies. The House takes up its version of intelligence reform today. NPR's Andrea Seabrook reports.

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