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Pre-War Intelligence
Pat Roberts Video : Sen. Pat Roberts (R-Kan.) announces the finding of a Senate report on pre-war intelligence in Iraq.
 Complete Report (PDF, 23.4 MB)
 Section-by-Section: Download smaller files from FindLaw.
 Report Conclusions (PDF, 1.9 MB)
 Transcript: Senate Intelligence Committee Report Released (FDCH E-Media, 7/9/04)
Intelligence Leaks Probe
 White House counsel orders staff to "preserve all materials" related to the probe.
 Follow-up message to White House Staff on investigation documents.

 Video: Secretary of State Colin Powell on Leak Probe
 Video: Attorney General John Ashcroft on Investigation
 Video: Senate Minority Leader Calls for Independent Probe
Robert Novak Columns
 Mission To Niger (The Washington Post, 7/14/03)
 The CIA Leak (The Washington Post, 10/1/03)
Documents
 Excerpts From the National Intelligence Estimate on Iraqi WMD (Oct. 2002)
Nominations of Negroponte, Deputy Backed
Members of the Senate Select Committee on Intelligence yesterday approved the nominations of Ambassador John D. Negroponte as the nation's first director of national intelligence and Lt. Gen. Michael V. Hayden as deputy director and sent their names to the Senate for a vote.

Papers Say Leak Probe Is Over
The special prosecutor investigating whether Bush administration officials illegally revealed the identity of a covert CIA operative says he finished his investigation months ago, except for questioning two reporters who have refused to testify.

In the News
Panel Seeks Intelligence Culpability: Report Faults the Actions of Army, CIA, Pentagon Agencies (Post, April 2, 2005)

Doubts on Weapons Were Dismissed (Post, April 1, 2005)

Panel Warns of 'Headstrong Agencies': Bush Is Urged to Intervene to Break Adherence to 'Irrelevant' Status Quo (Post, April 1, 2005)

After 14-Month Inquiry, Many Questions Remain (Post, April 1, 2005)

Bush Welcomes Results of WMD Report: 'We Will Correct What Needs to Be Fixed,' President Says (Post, March 31, 2005; 1:21 PM)

Data on Iraqi Arms Flawed, Panel Says: Intelligence Commission Outlines 74 Fixes for Bureaucracy (Post, April 1, 2005)

Intelligence Panel's Findings Criticized: Experts Call Suggestions Uninformed (Post, March 31, 2005)

Dissent on Intelligence Is Critical, Report Says: Commission's Ideas Diverge From Planned Centralization (Post, March 30, 2005)

Media Groups Back Reporters In Court Filing: Judges Urged to Determine if Crime Occurred in Leak Case (Post, March 24, 2005)

CIA's Assurances On Transferred Suspects Doubted: Prisoners Say Countries Break No-Torture Pledges (Post, March 17, 2005)

U.S. Holds Secret Talks With Insurgents in Iraq: Magazine Cites Meetings With Sunnis (Post, Feb. 21, 2005)

CIA to Cede President's Brief to Negroponte: White House Decision Seen as Signal to Intelligence Community on New Post (Post, Feb. 19, 2005)

Relationship With Bush Will Be Key: Negroponte Needs President's Support as He Negotiates Agencies' Bureaucracy (Post, Feb. 18, 2005)

Negroponte Named National Intelligence Chief: Ambassador to Iraq Would Oversee Nation's 15 Spy Agencies (Post, Feb. 18, 2005)

War Helps Recruit Terrorists, Hill Told: Intelligence Officials Talk Of Growing Insurgency (Post, Feb. 17, 2005)

Goss Plan to Strengthen CIA Is Ready (Post, Feb. 16, 2005)

Judges Order 2 Reporters to Testify on Leak (Post, Feb. 16, 2005)

CIA to Release More Papers About Nazi War Criminals (Post, Feb. 7, 2005)



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