Sept. 11 Report Calls for More Congressional Oversight The Sept. 11 commission releases the final report on its 20-month-long investigation into the 2001 attacks. The report cites a "failure of imagination" across the government, from the executive branch to Congress. It also calls on Congress to step up its oversight of counter-terrorism and intelligence efforts. Hear NPR's Larry Abramson and NPR's Renee Montagne.
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Sept. 11 Report Calls for More Congressional Oversight

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Sept. 11 Report Calls for More Congressional Oversight

Sept. 11 Report Calls for More Congressional Oversight

Sept. 11 Report Calls for More Congressional Oversight

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The Sept. 11 commission releases the final report on its 20-month-long investigation into the 2001 attacks. The report cites a "failure of imagination" across the government, from the executive branch to Congress. It also calls on Congress to step up its oversight of counter-terrorism and intelligence efforts. Hear NPR's Larry Abramson and NPR's Renee Montagne.