Kerry Briefings Tricky for CIA Since becoming the Democratic Party's presidential nominee, Sen. John Kerry has been receiving intelligence briefings. But deciding how much information to give Kerry is a tricky political proposition for the CIA, which some see as intensely politicized. Hear NPR's Steve Inskeep and author Thomas Powers.
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Intel Briefings to Kerry a CIA Balancing Act

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Intel Briefings to Kerry a CIA Balancing Act

Intel Briefings to Kerry a CIA Balancing Act

Intel Briefings to Kerry a CIA Balancing Act

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Since becoming the Democratic Party's presidential nominee, Sen. John Kerry has been receiving intelligence briefings. But deciding how much information to give Kerry is a tricky political proposition for the CIA, which some see as intensely politicized. Hear NPR's Steve Inskeep and author Thomas Powers.