Hearing on Fort Hood shootings today

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WASHINGTON (AP) - The first Capitol Hill hearing on the Fort
Hood shootings is set for this morning.
The Senate Homeland Security Committee will look at the threat
posed by homegrown terrorism and chairman Joe Lieberman says it
also wants to know whether the shooting was the result of
intelligence failures.
Lawmakers are concerned that federal agencies may not be sharing
intelligence information.
Lieberman and the panel's top Republican, Susan Collins, say the
congressional investigation wont get in the way of other ongoing
probes.

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