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The FBI faces questions over whether it ignored crucial pre-Sept. 11 intelligence information. Senators Carl Levin (D-Mich.) and Fred Thompson (R-Tenn.) debate who knew what.

President Bush said Thursday he opposes forming a special commission to investigate how the government handled terrorism warnings before Sept. 11, saying the information is too sensitive for such an investigation to be conducted in a public forum.

U.S. government warnings about possible threats against the United States continued Tuesday with the FBI warning that New York City landmarks may be targeted. Four experts discuss official reaction to the government warnings.

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