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- Making News: President Bush Names Intelligence Commission
President Bush today announced the formation of an independent commission to assess the accuracy of American intelligence, specifically Iraq's weapons of mass destruction. The President named seven of nine committee member, including liberal Democrat Charles Robb and Republican Senator John McCain. The Christian Science Monitor's Fay Bowers has more on the bipartisan committee and the high-stakes challenge ahead.
- Reporter's Notebook: The Prospects for Internet Voting
Internet voting would be the cheapest and most convenient way of conducting elections, if the results could be certified as legitimate. The Pentagon wanted overseas personnel to vote on-line in November-s presidential election, but that plan has been scrapped. Computer scientist Avi Rubin and Thad Hall of the Century Foundation assess the prospects and perils of online voting.
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