From the San Jose Mercury News coverage of the government's interim report re: weapons of mass destruction:
The head of a CIA team hunting for weapons of mass destruction in Iraq told Congress on Thursday that he had not found any stockpiles of the chemical or biological arms that President Bush cited as the primary reason to invade Iraq in March.
But David Kay, a former U.N. weapons inspector, cautioned the House and Senate intelligence committees that his report was an interim one and that it was still possible weapons would be found. He said he found evidence that Iraq continued weapons development in violation of U.N. strictures.
Whole story here.