CIA nominee John Brennan faces Senate hearing
The top White House counter-terrorism adviser John Brennan is facing questions at a Senate confirmation hearing to become CIA director.
The session comes as lawmakers were to receive secret papers setting out the rationale for drone strikes on Americans working with al-Qaeda abroad.
As the nominee began to deliver his testimony on Thursday, he was interrupted several times by protesters, prompting committee chair Senator Dianne Feinstein to order a recess.
Rajesh Mirchandani reports.
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