WASHINGTON — A former FBI agent accused of driving to the gate of the CIA in Langley, Virginia, and issuing a number of violent threats, has been ordered to undergo a psychological evaluation. Tunisia Davis…
LANGLEY, Va. – The Central Intelligence Agency is embarking on an extraordinary reorganization. The speed of technological change and geopolitical events has kept the U.S. intelligence community stretched thin in some cases and seemingly off…
ALEXANDRIA, Va. (AP) — For years, ex-CIA case officer Jeffrey Sterling was the one under indictment but prosecutors’ primary focus of pursuit was journalist Jeffrey Risen. Prosecutors believed Sterling leaked details to Risen about one…
ALEXANDRIA, Va. (AP) — A former CIA officer was convicted Monday of leaking details of a covert mission to derail Iran’s nuclear program in a case that, until the eve of the trial, was as…
ALEXANDRIA, Va. (AP) — A disgruntled ex-CIA officer was the only person with the knowledge, motive and opportunity to leak details of a classified operation against Iran to a New York Times reporter, prosecutors said…
ALEXANDRIA, Va. (AP) — A jury has been selected for the leak trial of a former CIA officer accused of disclosing classified information about an operation in Iran to a New York Times reporter. The…
WASHINGTON (AP) — Protesters demanding prosecutions over the CIA torture report broke into shouts and briefly interrupted Senate proceedings Monday. They were led out by Capitol Police. Around 10 protesters were rounded up outside the…
The man who ran a CIA interrogation program at the heart of a scathing Senate Intelligence Committee report tells WTOP that the program generated valuable intelligence that led to the capture of key al-Qaida operatives.
To achieve its missing in a rapidly evolving world, the Central
Intelligence Agency is moving to blend in.
As more information is leaked regarding how the Central Intelligence Agency conducted \”enhanced interrogation
techniques\” on high value prisoners from the wars in the War on Terror, the rock band Red
Hot Chili Peppers found they might have been unwittingly involved.
The CIA is paying AT&T $10 million a year for records of phone calls placed on its
vast network overseas — even if one end of a conversation happens in the U.S.,
according to The New York Times.
AT&T is being paid $10 million a year by the CIA for records of phone calls placed on its vast network overseas, even if one end of a conversation happens in the U.S., The New York Times reports.
As top officials were gathering to meet with leaders of the
House Intelligence Committee about the sex scandal involving Gen. David Petraeus,
his embattled biographer and alleged mistress holed up in a quiet Northwest
On the outside looking in to the U.S., all may
seem fine. But keeping
up appearances is becoming increasingly
difficult as threats that emanate inside
the country\’s borders are compromising the
strong physique of the last
While the Nationals rested regulars Ryan Zimmerman and Ian Desmond, the Marlins\’ Ricky Nolasco tossed a four-hitter and didn\’t allow a hit until the fifth inning.