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  Bush defends stance on WMDs  U.S. President has promised to reform intelligence services after they were criticised for the quality of information on Iraq Bush urged to fill CIA vacancy  Senior senators have called on President to name a new director of foreign intelligence as quickly as possible Ban on same-sex marriage failed in Senate  Supporters vowed to keep fighting for the measure Congress calls Darfur crisis 'genocide'  Genocide is being committed in Sudan's region, according to a new resolution White House forms 9/11 task force  Bush has formed a task force to review the recommendations and report back to him 'promptly'   Bush warns of 'nation in danger'  President had asked Congress to create a new post of national intelligence director   Bush appoints new CIA director  US President has chosen Congressman Porter Goss to be the new director Porter Goss confirmed as CIA boss  The Senate has confirmed the appointment of a Bush man as head of the Central Intelligence Agency Iraq PM thanks U.S.
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Al-Qaeda 'targeted 10 US sites'  A report said the White House, the Capitol, CIA and FBI headquarters and sites in California were the targets CIA slammed for Iraq intelligence
Expert not convinced on NK nukes  Sigfried Hecker could not say if it really was bomb-grade plutonium metal as North Korea claimed Ricin found at Senate building  Traces of the deadly poison have been found at the office of Senate Majority leader Bill Frist Commanders blamed for Iraq abuse  The author of a report critical of the abuse of some Iraqi prisoners told a Senate committee about 'a failure of leadership'   Bush rallies Republican support  The US president has paid a visit to Congress for talks with Republicans to try allay concern over Iraq Reagan's body lies in state  In a cross-country journey, the body of former President was brought to the Rotunda of the Capitol World bids farewell to Reagan

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  Flag-draped coffin began the journey from the U.S. Capitol to Washington National Cathedral

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  In its 500-page report, senators have severely criticised the CIA for the quality of its pre-war intelligence

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  Interim Iraqi Prime Minister Ayad Allawi is laying out his government's aspirations to a joint meeting of Congress

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Oct.7   Iraq war debate fuelled by report
  Democrat Senator Rockefeller said thousands had died and yet Iraq had never posed a grave danger

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Nov.2   Senate chief Daschle loses seat
  The Democrats' leader has lost his South Dakota seat to Republican John Thune

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Dec.8   Congress Approves Intelligence Bill
  The Congress is sending the bill that creates a new director of national intelligence demanded after Sept. 11 to Bush

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