Reports that the British government had thwarted a planned attack on trans-Atlantic flights last week sent U.S. officials scrambling to tighten domestic security. But one Justice Department official left out of the mix was Kenneth Wainstein, the nominee to head the DOJ’s planned National Security Division.

The new division would unite the Criminal Division’s counterterrorism and counterintelligence sections with the independent Office of Intelligence Policy and Review.

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