On Tuesday, a Senate committee heard testimony from James Clapper, President Obama's nominee to become Director of National Intelligence, the top position in the intelligence community. There is a growing sense that the intelligence bureaucracy is unwieldy and that the DNI doesn't have the power to rein it in. Michele Norris talks to NPR's Rachel Martin, who is following the story.
Intelligence Chief Nominee Testifies On Capitol Hill
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