Sequestration cuts to intelligence-gathering will hurt U.S. anti-terrorism efforts, threatening national security, Director of National Intelligence James Clapper warned the Senate Armed Services Committee this week. "Unlike more directly observable sequestration impacts like shorter hours at the parks or longer security lines at airports, the degradation to intelligence will be insidious," Clapper said.
Intelligence chief: Danger from sequester "insidious"
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