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Newer News: August 2001
- Wen Ho Lee Book Undergoing Government Review by Richard Benke, Associated Press, July 23. "I'm certainly hopeful that they will pass it quickly and without requesting any changes," the editor said.
- China: How Big a Threat? by Richard J. Newman and Kevin Whitelaw, U.S. News and World Report, July 23. "Intelligence analysts view Congress's new activism as an alarming effort to bully the CIA into producing analyses consistent with conservative ideology."
- Condit oversees some of nation's top secrets by Michael Doyle, Scripps Howard News Service, July 13. "As a congressman selected for the intelligence panel, Condit enjoys privileged access without being subjected to investigators' standard questions about his private life."
- GAO Assessment of Postol Allegations on Classification Abuse, General Accounting Office, June 12 (released July 12). "This letter responds to your request that we investigate whether the DOD misused the security classification process to stifle public discussion
of possible problems with the National Missile Defense system."
- Accused FBI spy Hanssen cuts deal by Naftali Bendavid, Chicago Tribune, July 4. "The plea will enable the government to avoid the pitfall of an open trial at which Hanssen could seek to use classified information as part of his defense."
- Back Channels: DOE Security by Vernon Loeb, The Washington Post, July 3. "Congress is singing a remarkably new tune about security at the Department of Energy."
- Early Intelligence Record on Nazi Final Solution Discovered, Declassified, National Archives press release, July 2. "Documents declassified under the Nazi War Crimes Disclosure Act of 1998 are shedding new light on what the American and British intelligence communities knew of Hitlerís plans for the Jews early in World War II."
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