A Senate report detailing the Central Intelligence Agency’s use of “enhanced interrogation” during the Bush administration is set to go public. The agency and the White House agreed Thursday to release portions of the Senate’s three-year, $40 million investigation into torture. "The committee will vote shortly to adopt and release the executive summary, findings, and conclusions, which will reflect the CIA's comments as appropriate," Sen. Dianne Feinstein said. A year ago, Republicans unanimously voted against releasing the report, saying it contains significant inaccuracies.
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