With the nation's spy agencies in full reform mode, the cia has finally torn down its own version of the Berlin Wall. For years, its 24-hour operations center had a wall running down the middle, separating the agency's analysts from its ultrasecret clandestine spooks. Not only did cia Director Gen. Michael Hayden remove the wall, but he invited in representatives from other intel agencies. The move kicks off a new four-year strategic plan for the cia.
With Kevin Whitelaw and Kenneth T. Walsh