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The House and Senate Intelligence Committees began closed-door hearings Thursday on the attack.
We must not allow this regime to continue to commit such dire crimes while the people of Burma continue to suffer," said the lawmakers, including Senate Intelligence Committee Chairwoman Dianne Feinstein.
Senate Intelligence Committee chair Dianne Feinstein has proposed legislation with the same timetable, but without the restrictions.
With the hard drives still missing, and invited to speak before the Senate Intelligence Committee on nuclear security on June 14, 2000, Richardson instead attended a campaign function for Vice President Al Gore at the National Press Club.
The 400-page report released on September 8 by the Senate Intelligence Committee has emphatically declared that there never was any connection between Saddam Hussein and al-Qaeda.
Indeed, Congress has amended FISA six times since 9/11 at the request of the White House, and the Senate Intelligence Committee was informed by Bush's Justice Department on July 31, 2002, that FISA was working impeccably.
More importantly, Congress has paid little attention to a fundamental issue: How could unlawful intelligence activities have escaped scrutiny for more than four years from the House and Senate Intelligence Committees tasked with oversight?
After all, the Senate Intelligence Committee still has yet to deliver its follow-up report on who was chiefly responsible for fouling up the W.