How GOP Shielded The FBI From Intelligence Reform

Print More Congressional Republicans have stymied significant reform of the Federal Bureau of Investigation by refusing to split off its counterintelligence functions into a separate agency, the Washington Monthly contends. Despite a series of spy scandals in recent years, key figures in the Bush administration and Capitol Hill rejected calls for a new domestic counter-intelligence agency
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