The law office of Douglas R. Beaty sits in a small business park near the city's more prosperous suburbs. Nothing on the front door says anything about the CIA or airplanes. But it should....
The head of an investigation into alleged secret CIA prisons in Eastern Europe said Tuesday he was checking 31 suspect planes that landed in Europe in recent years and was trying to acquire past satellite images of sites in Romania and Poland.
A leading human rights watchdog gave European governments 3 months to reveal anything they know about illegal jailing of terrorist suspects or secret flights carrying them across the continent.
CIA interrogators use "unique" methods to obtain "vital" information from prisoners, but strictly obey laws against torture, CIA Director Porter Goss said.
While the "outing" of CIA agent Valerie Plame was partly revenge against her husband for his New York Times article, it may have also been motivated by a desire to neutralize Plame's investigations into rogue nuclear trafficking.
Harsh interrogation techniques authorized by top officials of the CIA have led to questionable confessions and the death of a detainee since the techniques were first authorized in mid-March 2002.
Admiral Stansfield Turner, a former CIA director, accused US Vice President Dick Cheney of overseeing policies of torturing terrorist suspects and damaging the nation's reputation, in a television interview. "We have crossed the line into da
Rep. Curt Weldon (R-PA) expects to secure a majority of House signatures in support of a letter calling upon Secretary of Defense Donald Rumsfeld to allow members of the former intelligence program “Able Danger” to testify publicly before Congress.
The CIA has established joint operation centers in more than two dozen countries where U.S. and foreign intelligence officers work side by side to track and capture suspected terrorists and to destroy or penetrate their networks, according to current
Australian authorities are investigating reports linking an Australian defense official with a US spy scandal involving the alleged sale of top-secret US stealth bomber technology to foreign powers.
Washington Post Assistant Managing Editor Bob Woodward testified under oath Monday in the CIA leak case that a senior administration official told him about CIA operative Valerie Plame and her position at the agency nearly a month before her identity
16 former CIA and military intelligence officials urged President Bush to suspend the security clearance of his top political adviser, Karl Rove, following revelations that he played a role in outing CIA agent Valerie Plame Wilson.
Lawyers for I. Lewis Libby Jr., the former White House official indicted on perjury charges, plan to seek testimony from journalists beyond those cited in the indictment and will probably challenge government agreements limiting their grand jury test
Two former South Korea spy chiefs have been arrested on charges of illegally wiretapping politicians and other influential figures, prosecutors said.
The presence of psychiatrists and psychologists during interrogations at Guantanamo has raised ethics questions among US doctors, who demand respect for the Hippocratic oath.
Two former Iraqi detainees tell ABC News in an exclusive interview that they were repeatedly tortured by U.S. forces seeking information about Saddam Hussein and weapons of mass destruction.
The Senate Ethics Committee has dropped its investigation of Sen. Richard Shelby regarding allegations he was the source of a media leak about how the National Security Agency handled messages before the September 11 attacks.
A leak suspected to have come from the office of Senate Majority Leader Bill Frist (R-Tenn.) complicated, confused and nearly derailed a joint effort by Senate and House Republican leaders to seek an investigation of the unauthorized release of class
House and Senate intelligence committee members were in the dark about the timing and logistics of a possible joint investigation into alleged leaks from the CIA, and strong indications that congressional action could be preempted by a Justice Depart
The U.S. Senate demanded a classified account on Thursday of whether the CIA was running a secret prison system as it debated a bill that would regulate the Bush administration's treatment of military detainees.
A classified report issued last year by the Central Intelligence Agency's inspector general warned that interrogation procedures approved by the C.I.A. after the Sept. 11 attacks might violate some provisions of the international Convention Again
Senator Trent Lott (R-MS) told CNN's Ed Henry Tuesday afternoon that he believed it was a Republican senator who gave information about secret CIA jails abroad to the Washington Post.
In an apparent slip, a top American intelligence official has revealed at a public conference what has long been secret: the amount of money the United States spends on its spy agencies. The annual intelligence budget is $44 billion.
You've heard the rumours - Now hear the screams. Tour the secret prisons of the CIA and the Pentagon and find out what the screaming is all about.
It is worth noting, however, that the company that was primarily responsible for repackaging the internet into a civilian entity, America Online, is perhaps the most thinly veiled intelligence front ever conceived.
Five Kuwaitis held at Guantanamo Bay returned home after more than three years' captivity and will face a local court. They arrived after midnight. Some family members were allowed to greet the men at the airport before they were whisked away by
Shortly after the 9/11 attacks, President George W. Bush issued an order to the Central Intelligence Agency, Department of Defense, the Federal Bureau of Investigation, the State Department, and his cabinet members that severely curtailed intelligenc
The secret facility is a covert prison system set up by the CIA nearly four years ago that at various times has included sites in eight countries, including Thailand, Afghanistan and several democracies in Eastern Europe, as well as a small center at
U.S. intelligence chief John Negroponte on Wednesday announced a new intelligence strategy that establishes the promotion of democracy as a top priority alongside the defeat of terrorism and the control of weapons proliferation.
A year later, Goss is at loggerheads with the clandestine service he sought to embrace. At least a dozen senior officials -- several of whom were promoted under Goss -- have resigned, retired early or requested reassignment. The directorate's sec