U.S. Tries New Approaches to Intelligence Expertise The war on terror has greatly increased the demand for intelligence professionals, prompting the government to widen its search for new talent. One place where training is expanding is at a New Mexico State University-Las Cruces, where some students are already working for federal spy agencies. NPR's Linda Wertheimer reports.
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U.S. Tries New Approaches to Intelligence Expertise

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U.S. Tries New Approaches to Intelligence Expertise

U.S. Tries New Approaches to Intelligence Expertise

U.S. Tries New Approaches to Intelligence Expertise

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The war on terror has greatly increased the demand for intelligence professionals, prompting the government to widen its search for new talent. One place where training is expanding is at a New Mexico State University-Las Cruces, where some students are already working for federal spy agencies. NPR's Linda Wertheimer reports.