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USA Today

New operatives, Hayden said, are being asked to take more risks. The agency's new mission — targeting transnational terrorist groups as well as rival states — is causing CIA to stretch to produce "non-traditional" cover identities for u

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Seattle Post-Intelligence

The ACLU said Wednesday it is suing Jeppesen Dataplan Inc., a subsidiary of Boeing Co., claiming it provided secret CIA transportation services to shuttle three terrorism suspects overseas, where they were tortured.

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MSNBC

An unclassified summary of outed CIA officer Valerie Plame's employment history at the spy agency, disclosed for the first time today in a court filing by Special Counsel Patrick Fitzgerald, indicates that Plame was "covert" when her na

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MSNBC

In a move sure to raise even more questions about the decision to go to war with Iraq, the Senate Select Committee on Intelligence will on Friday release selected portions of pre-war intelligence in which the CIA warned the adminstratioin of the risk

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Antiwar blog(Michael Scheuer)

The following is a letter from Michael F. Scheuer, former Chief of the CIA's Osman bin Laden Unit, to the editor of Antiwar.com, regarding Congressman Ron Paul's exchange with Rudy Giuliani about why the al Qaeda network has targeted the US

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Washington Post

Two intelligence assessments from January 2003 predicted that the overthrow of Saddam Hussein and subsequent U.S. occupation of Iraq could lead to internal violence and provide a boost to Islamic extremists and terrorists in the region, according to

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Reuters

Ammunition shipments to local gun shops and police departments are being delayed for months because the Army has more than tripled its demand for small caliber ammunition.

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Washington Post

The officials, who include senior White House adviser Karl Rove and Cheney's former chief of staff, I. Lewis "Scooter" Libby, argued that the judge should dismiss a lawsuit filed by Wilson that stemmed from the disclosure of Plame's

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The American Prospect

The American Prospect talks to Armanda Spataro, an Italian prosecutor in the first-ever trial of those involved in America's "extraordinary rendition" policy.

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McClatchy Newspapers

A former warlord who for a time had been on the CIA payroll was sworn in Friday as mayor of Mogadishu and announced a plan to pacify this turbulent African capital within 3 months by requiring resident to turn in their guns.

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Aljazeera

A US judge has thrown out an indictment against Cuban Luis Posada Carriles, a former CIA contractor linked to the 1976 bombing of a Cuban airliner. Posada allegedly entered the US illegally in 2005, but charges were dismissed on Tuesday

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Salon(Tim Shorrock)

The former CIA chief is earning big money from corporations profiting off the war -- a fact not mentioned in his combative new book or heard on his publicity blitz.

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Washington Post

Court orders in January that brought President Bush's warrantless terrorist surveillance program under existing law have limited the intelligence that agencies can collect, Director of National Intelligence Mike McConnell told a Senate committee

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Toronto Daily News

In a new book that will likely add more fuel to the debate over the war, former CIA Director George Tenet says that his agency warned the Bush White House that a U.S. invasion could lead to "anarchy and the territorial breakup" of Iraq.

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Washington Post(Mike Scheuer)

George Tenet has a story to tell. With his appearance tonight on "60 Minutes" and the publication of his new memoir, "At the Center of the Storm," the former director of the CIA is out to absolve himself of the failings of 9/11 a

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Washington Post

An Iraqi man accused of being a key aide to Osama bin Laden and a top leader of al-Qaeda was arrested late last year on his way to Iraq and handed over to the CIA, the Pentagon announced yesterday, in what became the first secret overseas

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Washington Times

The Senate's No. 2 Democrat says he knew that the American public was being misled into the Iraq war but remained silent because he was sworn to secrecy. "The information we had ... was not the same information given to the American people.

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AP

The CIA warned the Bush White House seven months before the 2003 Iraq invasion that the U.S. could face a thicket of bad consequences, starting with "anarchy and the territorial breakup" of the country, former CIA Director George Tenet writ

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NY Times

George J. Tenet, the former director of central intelligence, has lashed out against Vice President Dick Cheney and other Bush administration officials saying they pushed the country to war in Iraq without ever conducting a “serious debate” about whe

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Drudge Report exclusive

Ex-CIA Director George Tenet says the intelligence extracted from terror suspects in the Agency’s “High Value Detainee” program, which includes so-called “enhanced interrogation techniques,” was more valuable than all the other terror intelligence ga

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AP

A top Italian court said Wednesday it would review the indictment of 26 Americans, mostly CIA agents -- a move which could delay any start of the trial for the 2003 kidnapping of a Muslim cleric. Italian prosecutors have accused the Americans

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Guardian

To deal with potential bioterrorism, the government will focus on buying new medicines for anthrax, smallpox and acute radiation syndrome, according to a Bush adminstration plan. The plan's release came on the same day that Democratic

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