Iraq Intelligence

February 4, 2004 7:30 PM

Knight Ridder journalists honored for stories on war planning

Jonathan S. Landay and Warren P. Strobel of the Knight Ridder Washington Bureau received the Raymond Clapper Memorial Award from the Washington Press Club Foundation on Wednesday for their coverage last year of the Bush administration's use of faulty intelligence in planning the war in Iraq.

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