Politics & Government

April 2, 2014 3:36 PM

Senate set to seek declassification of CIA report; White House will decide what’s made public

The Senate Intelligence Committee on Thursday is expected to approve the declassifying of the findings, conclusions and executive summary of its $40 million report on the CIA’s harsh interrogation techniques, leaving it to the White House to decide just how much of the 6,300-page investigation will actually become public.

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