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Intelligence Reform and Terrorism Prevention Act of 2004

Published December 17, 2004

This law introduced the farthest-reaching reform in US' intelligence operations in decades. It called for a national intelligence director to oversee all intelligence agencies, and increased border patrol, port and aviation security.

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Evolution, Not Revolution, at the FBI

Author: Charles E. Berger
National Interest Online

Charles Berger writes that the FBI has always been a national security agency that uses both its law enforcement and intelligence authorities...