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CIA Makes Progress in Bid to Bolster Ranks

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Last fall, the White House ordered the CIA to increase its number of spies, analysts and linguists by 50 percent. Thursday marks six months on the job for CIA Director Porter Goss. This year, the agency will graduate its largest class of case officers. But some say bigger is not necessarily better.

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