Intelligence Agency Primer President Bush today signed a bill authorizing the various intelligence operations of the federal government, which have been multiplying and growing more complex since the Sept. 11 attacks.
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Intelligence Agency Primer

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President Bush today signed a bill authorizing the various intelligence operations of the federal government, which have been multiplying and growing more complex since the Sept. 11 attacks. Many citizens are wondering how new intelligence operations in the Department of Homeland Security will cooperate with the more established FBI and CIA. NPR's Larry Abramson reports on the array of intelligence gathering agencies.