A British inquiry reported Wednesday that the country's prewar intelligence on Iraq had "serious flaws" and was partially based on "unreliable" sources, but the report found no evidence of "deliberate distortion" on the part of the Blair government.
President Bush announced Monday that he would establish an independent bipartisan commission to examine American intelligence operations, including possible errors in prewar assessments of Iraqi weapons programs.
U.S. intelligence agencies provided "a modest, but relatively steady stream" of intelligence information that terrorist attacks inside the country were a possibility, a congressional investigator told lawmakers Wednesday.
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