Intelligence Community Seen as Resistant to Change

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The presidential commission report released Thursday outlining U.S. intelligence failures in Iraq, Iran and North Korea makes more than 70 recommendations on how to improve intelligence gathering. But observers worry that the CIA and other spy agencies are inherently resistant to change.

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