Probes Planned into Iraqi Arms Intelligence
The Senate launches an investigation into whether intelligence on Iraq's weapons of mass destruction was manipulated to press the case for war. And in London, British Prime Minister Tony Blair faces an inquiry from the House of Commons into whether his administrator doctored a dossier presented as evidence against Saddam Hussein. Hear Michigan Democrat Carl Levin of the Senate Armed Services Committee and NPR's Guy Raz.
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