Hearings Begin for Homeland Security Nominee Chertoff

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President Bush's nominee to lead the Department of Homeland Security appears before a key Senate committee Wednesday. Michael Chertoff is likely to face tough questions over his role as assistant attorney general following the Sept. 11 attacks, in ordering the detaining and interrogating of terrorist suspects in the United States.



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