Bush Nominates Negroponte
Thursday, Feb. 17, 2005; 12:22 PM

President Bush tapped John Negroponte, a career foreign service officer, to become the country's first-ever national intelligence director. If confirmed by the Congress, Negroponte will oversee all 15 of the nation's intelligence agencies.

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