A former CIA officer who was charged with repeatedly leaking classified information is set to plead guilty in federal court to a single charge of disclosing the identity of an undercover CIA operative, according to people involved in the case.
The Mail on Sunday today reveals shocking new evidence of the full horrific impact of US drone attacks in Pakistan.
The CIA has asked the White House to increase the number of drones it employs to transform it into a paramilitary force, despite recent statistics that show the majority of drone deaths are civilians.
The former CIA analyst who went public with the US government’s torturing of suspected terrorists has suffered a major setback this week in his attempt to avoid imprisonment amid a federal witch-hunt targeting whistleblowers.
Check out this curious official reference by the CIA to the Soviet article Wayne Madsen describes today in his LRC contribution, “Rockefeller Global Tentacles Exposed in 1959 by the Soviet Union.”
The strikes’ targets sets out in heartbreaking detail the deaths of teachers, students and Pakistani policemen. It also describes how bereaved relatives are forced to gather their loved ones’ dismembered body parts in the aftermath of strikes.
Neither Mr. Awlaki nor his prospective wife knew it, but their match was being managed by a Danish double agent as part of an attempt to help the Danish intelligence service and the C.I.A. find the cleric’s hiding place in Yemen.
The US government is intensifying its intelligence sharing and military consultations with Turkey behind the scenes as both countries confront the Syria’s civil conflict could escalate into a regional war, according to US and NATO officials.
The CIA is urging the White House to approve a significant expansion of the agency’s fleet of armed drones, a move that would extend the spy service’s decade-long transformation into a paramilitary force, U.S. officials said.
Most of the arms shipped at the behest of Saudi Arabia and Qatar to supply Syrian rebel groups fighting the government of Bashar al-Assad are going to hard-line Islamic jihadists, and not the secular groups the West wants to bolster,
Former CIA contractor Jonathan Scherck published a book "containing intelligence-related information" without the CIA's permission and in violation of his secrecy agreements, the United States claims in Federal Court.
A U.S. military judge is considering broad security rules for the war crimes tribunal of five Guantanamo prisoners charged in the Sept. 11 attacks.
"Argo" is based on one of Mendez's most remarkable missions, rescuing six Americans from Iran during the height of the 1979 hostage crisis and helping them pose as a Canadian film crew making a fictitious film called "Argo."
Unfortunately, you won’t know what they know, because Homeland Security’s new toy is capable of detecting every molecule on your person from over 164 feet (50 meters) away—without your permission.
A senior U.S. official says there is strong circumstantial evidence that Mexican federal police who fired on a U.S. Embassy vehicle, wounding two CIA officers, were working for organized crime on a targeted assassination attempt.
Iranian Currency Falls 17% in One Day
In the category of "the sky is blue," "fire is hot" and "the sun rises in the east," the Guardian reports on a new study showing that Washington's murderous drone killing campaign in Pakistan is "counterproductive."
The motive, according to well-placed sources in the North African country, was to stop Gaddafi being interrogated about his highly suspicious links with Sarkozy, who was President of France at the time.
A little more than a week after the extremists linked to Al-Qaeda by our own US government set up and murdered Ambassador to Libya Chris Stevens, Secretary of State Hillary Clinton has announced that the United States would send an additional $45 mil
Deadly Attack in Libya Was Major Blow to C.I.A. Efforts ...
Syrian insurgents detonated bombs at a building occupied by pro-government militias in Damascus and France called for U.N. protection of rebel-held areas to help end Syria's bloodshed and rights abuses.
CIA Forced to Evacuate Spies After Consulate Sacked
Among the more than 2 dozen American personnel evacuated from the city after the assault on the American mission and a nearby annex were about 12 CIA operatives and contractors, who played a crucial role in conducting surveillance and
The American Civil Liberties Union is taking the CIA to court for the agency’s refusal to comply with a FOIA request to hand over documents about the Obama administration’s “targeted killing” drone program.
Since August 29 the ship Ocean Atlas has been at port in Venezuela, where it docked to unload a cargo of equipment. The ship was boarded and searched by armed security personnel, and the captain was detained on suspicion of trafficking in arms or dru
The U.S. insists that only three terrorism suspects were subjected to waterboarding. Human Rights Watch claims the harsh practice was more widespread.
While most conservatives were opposed to the Wall Street bank bailouts under Bush and Obama, they haven’t a clue that protection of the CFR oligarchs' bankocracy has always been paramount. It has its deepest roots in the origins the CIA:
CIA chief David Petraeus is visiting Turkey for meetings on regional issues, a U.S. official told Agence France Presse on Monday. The official would not say with whom the CIA chief would be meeting and where.
Newly released emails between the New York Times's national security and intelligence reporter, and a CIA spokeswoman: The CIA had evidently heard that Maureen Dowd was planning to write a column on the CIA's role in pumping