Parcel bombs at the Chilean and Swiss embassies in Rome injured two people and raised security fears at the height of holiday travel. Margaret Warner has more.
In other news Wednesday, the federal government's operations are now funded at least through March 4 after President Obama signed a temporary spending bill that freezes most agency budgets at current levels.
Elisabeth Bumiller of the New York Times talks with Margaret Warner about an upcoming review of the war in Afghanistan, and what intelligence reports reveal about the region.
In the final report of his series on health issues in Mozambique, Ray Suarez reports on the country's high levels of childhood mortality and the connections between kids' illnesses and intelligence levels.
In other news, rescuers found more bodies in the wreckage from Monday's tsunami in Indonesia. And in France, strikes over recently approved pension reforms disrupted air travel.
Margaret Warner speaks with former Sen. Slade Gorton and former CIA Director John McLaughlin about oversight of the nation's massive intelligence community.
Gen. James Clapper, the nominee to become the nation's fourth director of national intelligence, faced a grilling by lawmakers Tuesday. Jeffrey Brown speaks with Philip Zelikow, executive director of the 9/11 Commission, and former White House counter-terrorism official Richard Clarke…
The Washington Post spent two years investigating the infrastructure of the government intelligence community in the wake of the terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001. Margaret Warner speaks with reporter Dana Priest on what was uncovered in the research for…
The first in a series about the evolving nature of al-Qaida, Margaret Warner speaks with a former CIA staffer about the terror group's influence.
Columnists Mark Shields and David Brooks sort through the top stories of the past week, including President Obama's review of U.S. intelligence systems, and the retirements of two prominent Senate Democrats.
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