- Newsmaker: Postponed Revamping of FBI and CIA
Today's Washington Post reports that lawmakers are postponing an intelligence agency overhaul for the FBI and CIA until they establish a Department of Homeland Security. Staff writer Walter Pincus, who wrote today's article, explains how the delay will result in increased coordination of security and communication.
- Reporter's Notebook: Kosovo Revisited
The aftermath of war rarely garners much attention. Once the conflict is over, the media moves on to other stories in other places. But one reporter who covered the war in Kosovo, found himself drawn back. Justin Brown, a freelance writer and contributor to the Christian Science Monitor, returned recently to revisit the people and places he knew during the war.
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