Kissinger Resigns as Head of Sept. 11 Panel

Former Secretary of State Henry Kissinger resigns as head of the presidential commission created to investigate intelligence lapses before the Sept. 11 attacks. Kissinger, a controversial choice from the start, says he doesn't want to provide names of his business clients. NPR's Don Gonyea reports.

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