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A presentation given at the DIA does not 'advocate the 'Plain Jane’ look.'
A presentation at the Defense Intelligence Agency tells workers how to "dress for success."
Officials claim Defense Intelligence Agency employees aren't being given new authority, but the developments must be closely watched.
Until now, the U.S. has never had a woman lead one of its 16 major intelligence agencies.
Just over 1 in 10 of those released from Guantánamo Bay are said to take up terrorist activities.
Taliban fighters in Afghanistan have managed to increase the number of their attacks every year since 2002, according to U.S. military figures. In 2007 alone, violence jumped 33 percent over the previous year. Part of that was because of a rise in suicide bombings, but small-arms attacks were up 47 percent.