Nine-Eleven Commission

Report cites flaws in spy agency

The Nine-Eleven commission has adjourned for the day after hearing from the heads of the FBI and CIA. FBI Director Robert Mueller testified that he is in the middle of overhauling his agency. He says officials "can and are fixing what has been wrong with the FBI." He says a top goal is boosting analysis and information sharing -- but it "cannot be done overnight." That echoes CIA Director George Tenet's testimony earlier today. Tenet said it will take five years of work to solidify the ability of intelligence agencies to counter al-Qaida and other terror threats. Before the men appeared, the commission released a report criticizing intelligence efforts before Nine-Eleven. That report said the CIA missed the big picture on al-Qaida and Osama bin Laden.