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Report spells out FBI's missed opportunities before Sept. 11
WASHINGTON (AP) In the weeks and months before Sept. 11, 2001, the FBI had some clues, but didn't see them. It had a lead from one of its own agents, but didn't follow it.

Summary Box: FBI missed several opportunities to discover evidence leading to Sept. 11 plot
BUNGLED PROBE: A newly released report says the FBI missed at least five chances to uncover important information about the Sept. 11 terrorists several months before they attacked with hijacked jetliners.

Report spells out FBI's missed opportunities before Sept. 11
WASHINGTON (AP) In the weeks and months before Sept. 11, 2001, the FBI had some clues, but didn't see them. It had a lead from one of its own agents, but didn't follow it.

Summary Box: FBI missed several opportunities to discover evidence leading to Sept. 11 plot
BUNGLED PROBE: A newly released report says the FBI missed at least five chances to uncover important information about the Sept. 11 terrorists several months before they attacked with hijacked jetliners.

Report spells out FBI's missed opportunities before Sept. 11
WASHINGTON (AP) The FBI missed at least five opportunities before the Sept. 11 attacks to uncover vital intelligence information about the terrorists, and the bureau didn't aggressively pursue the information it did have, the Justice Department's inspector general says in a newly released critique of government missteps.

House panel votes to take back unspent 9/11 aid
WASHINGTON (AP) A House panel voted Thursday to take back some $125 million in unspent Sept. 11 aid to New York, a plan that has lawmakers from the state scrambling to hold onto those funds and $44 million more suddenly at risk.





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