President Bush nominated Air Force Gen. Michael Hayden to serve as the Central Intelligence Agency's next leader, sparking debate over Hayden's military background and his role in the NSA domestic surveillance program. Two members of the House Intelligence Committee discuss…
By Admin, PBS NewsHour
President Bush nominated Air Force Gen. Michael Hayden to serve as the next leader of the Central Intelligence Agency Monday, re-igniting the debate over domestic surveillance efforts that Hayden oversaw as head of the National Security Agency.
The ruling, made by a select panel from the U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia, overturns a decision limiting the government's surveillance authority by the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court.
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