The U.S.'s two main intelligence agencies have recently been pitted against each other. The CIA and FBI have differing stories about the potential Russian hacking that may have influenced the presidential election.
The Central Intelligence Agency, or CIA, briefed U.S. officials that Russian hackers had infiltrated the Democratic National Committee, with the intention to sway the election in favor of Donald Trump.
On the other hand, the Federal Bureau of Investigation, or FBI, has outright denied these reports, saying there is no clear evidence to support them.
What's really going on, why are these two agencies at odds, and what exactly is the difference between them? Find out in today's Seeker Daily video.
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