Citing "personal reasons," CIA director George Tenet has resigned.
CIA Director George Tenet on Thursday denied his agency tailored information to build a case for the U.S.-led war in Iraq in a speech that marked his first public defense of prewar intelligence.
Central Intelligence Agency Director George Tenet arrived in the West Bank Monday as part of a new diplomatic drive to help resolve nearly 20 months of Israeli-Palestinian conflict.
Despite a widespread effort to eliminate the network, "al-Qaida leaders at large are working to reconstitute the organization and to resume its terrorist operations," according to Tenet.
Central Intelligence Agency Director George Tenet Wednesday told Congress the al-Qaida network headed by Osama bin Laden remains the most immediate and serious threat facing the United States.
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