Congress Weighs New Domestic Intelligence Agency

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Some lawmakers want to create a new domestic intelligence agency. They say the FBI can't handle the dual roles of law enforcement and gathering intelligence to thwart terrorism. But others worry civil liberties will be curtailed. NPR's Larry Abramson reports.

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