Terrorists Study Report on Vulnerable U.S. Targets A report highly critical of security at U.S. facilities was found on a computer captured from al Qaeda fighters in recent days in Afghanistan. The report was done by the General Accounting Office, an investigating agency that works for Congress, and downloaded from the Internet. It says undercover agents of the GAO were able to easily enter federal buildings and airports with false credentials. NPR's Barbara Bradley reports.

Terrorists Study Report on Vulnerable U.S. Targets

Terrorists Study Report on Vulnerable U.S. Targets

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A report highly critical of security at U.S. facilities was found on a computer captured from al Qaeda fighters in recent days in Afghanistan. The report was done by the General Accounting Office, an investigating agency that works for Congress, and downloaded from the Internet. It says undercover agents of the GAO were able to easily enter federal buildings and airports with false credentials. NPR's Barbara Bradley reports.