- Making News, Segment #1: Iraq Arms Tips
There-s a new explanation today for the failure to turn up chemical and biological weapons in Iraq. American intelligence agencies may have been duped. This, as British Prime Minister Tony Blair stands by his pre-war intelligence reports. Bob Drogin, who reported the story for the Los Angeles Times, says new investigations are exploring the possibility of bogus Iraqi defectors and double-agents as sources of the false data.
- Making News, Segment #2: Blair Testifies on Iraq, Kelley Suicide and 'Dodgy Dossier'
Tony Blair today became only the second Prime Minister in British history to testify at a public investigation. Chaired by Lord Hutton, the inquiry is looking into the suicide of weapons expert David Kelly after he-d been named as the source of a BBC story saying Blair-s government exaggerated its pre-war dossier on Iraq-s weapons of mass destruction. Glen Frankel is there for the Washington Post.
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