After weeks of delay and debate, the House and Senate adopted a bill this week that would dramatically overhaul the U.S. intelligence community, including creating a national intelligence director and counterterrorism center.

Congress approved a giant $373 billion federal spending bill Thursday for fiscal year 2004 that had been delayed for months by lawmakers concerned with issues ranging from overtime rules to food labeling.

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Joint Resolution on Iraq

Congress passes a bipartisan resolution authorizing President Bush to use military force, acting alone if necessary, in order to ensure that Iraq disarms any weapons of mass destruction…

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