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The U.S. intelligence community overstated the threat Saddam Hussein (search) posed to the United States and used less-than-100 percent credible information to justify the war in Iraq, the Senate Intelligence Committee found in a scathing report issued Friday. What does this mean for American credibility on the international stage? We'll have answers.
GUEST PREVIEW: How could a blunder of this magnitude slip through the cracks? Senate Intelligence Committee Panel Chairman Pat Roberts , R-Kan., and Vice Chairman Jay Rockefeller, D-W.Va., join us with answers.
How is the new government taking control in Iraq? FNC correspondent Greg Palkot spoke with the country's new security chief. Don't miss this report!
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Details on those stories and much more on Special Report with Brit Hume at 6 p.m. ET.
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