Senate Panel Mulls CIA Reform The Senate Intelligence Committee hears testimony about reforming U.S. intelligence services, weeks after it released a report criticizing the agencies. Committee chairman Pat Roberts said the hearings were the beginning of a major re-examination of how the CIA and other intelligence organizations should work. Hear NPR's Melissa Block and NPR's Mary Louise Kelly.
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Senate Panel Mulls U.S. Intelligence Reform

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Senate Panel Mulls U.S. Intelligence Reform

Senate Panel Mulls U.S. Intelligence Reform

Senate Panel Mulls U.S. Intelligence Reform

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The Senate Intelligence Committee hears testimony about reforming U.S. intelligence services, weeks after it released a report criticizing the agencies. Committee chairman Pat Roberts said the hearings were the beginning of a major re-examination of how the CIA and other intelligence organizations should work. Hear NPR's Melissa Block and NPR's Mary Louise Kelly.

The Senate Intelligence Report on Iraq
» Read the Senate Intelligence Committee's conclusions on prewar intelligence failures.

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Note: Portions of the documents have been blacked out by the committee at the CIA's request.