Baginski Reforms FBI Intel; Mission Impossible?

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Maureen Baginski is leery of heights, says U.S. News & World Report. Every morning just before dawn, the Federal Bureau of Investigation’s powerful intelligence czar wills herself to drive over a narrow, shoulderless, two-lane bridge across a river, part of a nearly two-hour commute from her home in Virginia to FBI headquarters in Washington. U.S.
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