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Central Intelligence Agency

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Glenn Greenwald

Michael Mukasey has conclusively proven himself to be an exact replica of Alberto Gonzales -- slavishly loyal to every presidential whim and unbound by even the most minimal constraints of truth while serving those whims.

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Washington Post

Osama bin Laden flew to London in 1986 to help negotiate the purchase of Russian-made surface-to-air missiles to be used by Arab fighters then battling the Soviet military in Afghanistan. The deal for Russian SA-7 missiles was arranged

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UPI

The National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency wants to create an "electric energy infrastructure dataset," including the geographical locations of all transmission lines, power plants, substations, and generating units, to show the way power

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Antiwar

Well, now that you’ve seen the Frontline expose, entitled "Bush’s War," based upon documentary videos and more than 400 extended interviews with major participants and media sycophants, you may yet have a few unanswered questions.

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Washington Independent(Milt Bearden)

(Ernie interviewed this guy on his show a few years back) American intelligence has a serious problem. But it is not that the former head of the CIA's clandestine services, Jose Rodriquez, allegedly destroyed, in 2005, the videotapes of the enh

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Washington Post

A CIA spokesman acknowledged the occasional use of [national security] letters. The requests always have been voluntary and intended to "obtain data for such legitimate purposes as counterintelligence and counterterrorism."

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AP

The CIA official who gave the command to destroy interrogation videotapes apparently acted against the direction of his superiors. "It appears he hadn't gotten authority from anyone," said Rep. Pete Hoekstra, R-Mich. "It appears he

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AP

A federal judge refused on Wednesday to delve into the destruction of CIA interrogation videos, saying there was no evidence the Bush administration violated a court order and the Justice Department deserved time to conduct its own investigation.

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by Larisa Alexandrovna

Sibel Edmonds, the FBI whistle-blower who has been gagged for years by the Bush administration over intercepts she translated while at the bureau, was willing to go to prison to get her story told. She spent years trying to get her day in court, but

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