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The sharp partisan split over the validity of the Senate’s new report on torture raises questions about how closely the two parties will cooperate on intelligence issues when Republicans take control of Congress in January.

The sharp partisan split over the validity of the Senate’s new report on torture raises questions about how closely the two parties will cooperate on intelligence issues when Republicans take control of Congress in January.

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