Changing Faces in Bush's Cadre of Intelligence Advisers

President Bush met Tuesday with his advisory board on foreign intelligence, at a time when criticism of his domestic eavesdropping program intensifies. When it comes to intelligence matters, the president is being advised by different people than he was a few years ago.

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