Embedded Player The Senate Intelligence Committee unveils a blistering 500-page report that blames the CIA and outgoing director George Tenet for numerous intelligence failures as the Bush administration made the decision to go to war in Iraq. Among the more than 100 conclusions contained in the report: the CIA overstated the threat of Iraqi weapons of mass destruction and ignored evidence to the contrary. Hear NPR's Mike Shuster and NPR's Madeleine Brand.