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Redwood City / Porter Goss / Gregory DeVore / Laci Peterson #1306302

FNC Evening News for Wednesday, Sep 22, 2004
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Well, the president's pick for the CIA director job just got that job. The Senate confirming Congressman Porter Goss by a vote of 77 to 17 today. Some Democrats claim the Florida Republican is too political for the job and for Democrats on the intelligence committee voted against him during his confirmation hearings. Goss said he is committed to nonpartisanship. Testimony in the Scott Peterson double murder trial finally focusing on the bodies, the spot where they were found and Scott Peterson'...
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