Michael Isikoff and Mark Hosenball report in Newsweek that in preparation for the 2004 presidential election, U.S. government officials are trying to
restrict public disclosure of an 800-page secret report prepared by a joint congressional committee. It reveals the intelligence and law-enforcement
failures that preceded 911, including unheeded warnings received by President Bush and his top advisers shortly before the attacks.
The report was completed last December and only the basic facts, with no details, were made available to the public. The government refuses to
declassify the rest of the document. In some cases, the administration has even "reclassified" some material that was already discussed in public
testimony. Democratic Sen. Bob Graham, who helped produce the document, says, "There has been a cover-up of this."