After receiving a presidential committee's report on U.S. spy efforts, President Bush promised "concrete action" on the panel's 74 recommendations, many of which can be implemented without congressional approval. "To win the war on terror, we will correct what needs to be fixed," he said. He was joined Thursday in Washington, D.C., by Sen. Chuck Robb, D-Va., left, and Judge Laurence Silberman, who are co-chairman of the commission.

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