Lawmakers on Capitol Hill are demanding more information about interrogations in Iraqi prisons handled by Robert Harding's consulting firm. The administration first revealed the interrogation contracts on Wednesday, and Republicans were quick to question why the information was not disclosed earlier this month when President Barack Obama first tapped the retired Army general to head the TSA. "It's something that clearly should have been disclosed right up front because it's information that members would want to know in assessing Gen. Harding's fitness for the TSA job," said Sen. Susan Collins of Maine, the ranking Republican on the Senate Homeland Security Committee.

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