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September 11 / Commission / Intelligence Reform / APEC #772119

CBS Evening News for Sunday, Nov 21, 2004
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(Studio: John Roberts) Report introduced.

(Capitol Hill: Joie Chen) The battle in Congress over the collapse of the intelligence reform bill recommended by the commission investigating September 11 featured; details given of political discussions between President Bush, who is attending the APEC summit in Chile, & Representative James Sensenbrenner & Vice President Dick Cheney & Representative Duncan Hunter. [On "Face the Nation," Senate majority leader Bill FRIST - says there is a "huge debate."] The future prospects for the intelligence reform bill discussed.

(Studio: John Roberts) Report introduced.

(Santiago, Chile: Bill Plante) Bush's push for a reform bill & other security issues, including Iran & North Korea, examined; scenes shown from the APEC summit. [Senator Jay ROCKEFELLER - says half the administration does not want the bill.] [Carnegie Endowment Joseph CIRINCIONE†- says Iran & North Korea are both getting closer to nuclear weapons.] Last night's security dispute over the number of agents that could be brought into the dinner discussed; scenes shown.

(Studio: John Roberts) Taped interview held with former 9/11 commission vice chairman about the fate of the intelligence reform bill. [From Washington, HAMILTON - outlines the Congressional support for the bill; states if reforms are not enacted, we increase the risk for the American people by repeating the failures before September 11 with the lack of vertical/horizontal communication.]

Reporter(s):
Roberts, John;
Chen, Joie;
Plante, Bill
Duration:
00:06:30

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