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By Dan BalzYemen's Internal Divide Complicates U.S. Efforts Against Al-Qaeda, Analysts Say

Washington Post Staff Writer
Sunday, January 10, 2010

In winning the White House, Barack Obama's team earned a reputation for skill and discipline in dominating the communications wars with opponents. In office, virtually the same team has struggled, spending much of the past year defending the administration's actions on the two biggest domestic issues -- the economy and health care. More, HERE.

CIA bomber struck just before search

In a videotape released Saturday, the suicide bomber called on Muslims to avenge the death of a Taliban leader.

In a videotape released Saturday, the suicide bomber called on Muslims to avenge the death of a Taliban leader. (Associated Press)  

By R. Jeffrey Smith, Joby Warrick and Ellen Nakashima

Sunday, January 10, 2010

The Jordanian had been "heralded as a superstar asset." Until Dec. 30, none of the Americans at the base had laid eyes on him. 

The Jordanian doctor arrived in a red station wagon that came directly from Pakistan and sped through checkpoints at a CIA base in Afghanistan before stopping abruptly at an improvised interrogation center. Outside stood one of the CIA's top experts on al-Qaeda, ready to greet the doctor and hear him describe a way to kill Ayman al-Zawahiri, the organization's No. 2 and a man long at the top of U.S. target lists. More, HERE.

CIA bomber calls for attacks on U.S. in video


What went wrong

Report: Focus was on al-Qaeda plans overseas

Yemen warns of limits to its cooperation

Obama Outlines Intelligence Gaps Found in Probe of Attempted Christmas Day Attack

By Michael A. Fletcher and William Branigin

Washington Post Staff Writer
Thursday, January 7, 2010

President Obama on Thursday accepted personal responsibility for what he called a "systemic failure" by government agencies to detect an attempt to bomb a U.S. airliner on Christmas Day, saying that "the buck stops with me," as he outlined additional measures to improve U.S. intelligence capabilities and enhance aviation security. More, HERE.

When Obama is faced with a problem, what does he do? Review.

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