Top Resignations Reflect Turmoil at the CIA

Over the past week, three top CIA officials have called it quits. Their resignations follow the arrival of new CIA head Porter Goss. NPR's Tavis Smiley hears from former CIA officer Lee Strickland, The Weekly Standard staff writer Stephen Hayes and syndicated columnist Molly Ivins, author of Who Let the Dogs In? Incredible Political Animals I Have Known.

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