Porter J. Goss
Senate widens probe of destroyed tapes

Lawmakers leading the Senate investigation of the CIA's destruction of interrogation videotapes said there were gaps in the testimony of CIA Director Michael V. Hayden on Tuesday and outlined plans to call a series of witnesses as part of an expanding probe. "We had a useful and not yet complete hearing," said Sen. John D. Rockefeller IV, chairman of the Senate Intelligence Committee, in comments after the 90-minute, closed-door session with the CIA director. "There are a lot of questions to be answered." Hayden said that he sought to lay out a chronology of the agency's decision to begin taping interrogations of terror suspects in 2002 -- during which agency...