At an airfield in rural Georgia, the U.S. government pays a contractor $6,600 a month for a plane that doesn’t fly. The plane is a 1960s turboprop with an odd array of antennas on its back end and the name of a Cuban national hero painted on its tail
US spy agencies built an intelligence-gathering colossus since the attacks of Sept. 11, 2001, but remain unable to provide critical information to the president on a range of national security threats, according to the government’s top-secret budget.
The U.S. knew Hussein was launching some of the worst chemical attacks in history -- and still gave him a hand.
While the media panicked over the halting of NASDAQ stock trading due to a reported bug in the system (more on that shortly), one critical development went under-reported.
During the 1990s, I represented Area 51 workers in 2 lawsuits. The suits, which forced the first official recognition of the base — though not its name — were the first against a “black facility,” one whose very existence is denied by the government.
New revelations follow 60 years of agency secrecy about event that struck blow against left and progressive forces in Iran
Researchers demand sealed files about JFK assassination be made public on eve of fiftieth anniversary
When the CIA was created in 1947, lawmakers instructed it not to exercise “police, subpoena, or law enforcement powers or domestic security functions.” Congress’s aim to prevent Agency operations at home is plain, but the exact nature of
Area 51 in Nevada has long been the subject of wild conspiracy theories about extraterrestrials, time travel and alien autopsies, but newly released declassified documents from the CIA finally acknowledge its existence.
Since rumors began to spread that a startup called Palantir helped to kill Osama bin Laden, Alex Karp hasn’t had much time to himself.
Journalist Michael Hastings reportedly working on story about CIA chief before death (That's the title of the article.) Journalist Michael Hastings, who was killed in a fiery car crash in June, reportedly had been working on several big stories ....
Brennan named as being “behind the witch hunts of investigative journalists”
A former U.S. attorney, Joe DiGenova, who is representing a Benghazi whistleblower, told a Washington, D.C., radio station on Monday that 400 surface-to-air missiles were “stolen” in Libya and given to some “very ugly people,” aka al-Qaeda.
Sibel Edmonds talks to Lew Rockwell about what’s really happening in Central Asia and the Caucasus.
The US government has paid at least £100m to the UK spy agency GCHQ over the last three years to secure access to and influence over Britain's intelligence gathering programs.
35 CIA operatives were working in the city during the attack last September on the US consulate that resulted in the death of Ambassador Chris Stevens and 3 other Americans. The CIA was working to supply missiles from Libyan armories to rebels
The CIA is subjecting operatives working in Libya to polygraphs as much as once a month to stop them from leaking to the press or Congress about Benghazi. Usually, CIA operatives are polygraphed only once every 3 or 4 years.
Supporters of the Taliban and al-Qaeda in Afghanistan have been getting U.S. military contracts, and American officials are citing “due process rights” as a reason not to cancel the agreements, according to an independent agency monitoring spending.
A former CIA officer has broken silence around the 2003 abduction of a radical Islamist cleric in Italy, charging that the agency inflated the threat the preacher posed and that the United States then allowed Italy to prosecute her and other American
"My grandson was killed by his own government. The Obama administration must answer for its actions and be held accountable.
The agency plans to spend $630,000 on a study that will determine whether geoengineering can be used to modify Earth’s climate.
I explore the possibility that his death was no accident. In a world where American Presidents openly arrogate to themselves the right to kill people deemed enemies of the United States, all things suddenly become possible.
Spy agency to help study “security impacts” of geo-engineering
A fugitive former CIA base chief detained in Panama this week was being sent to the United States instead of Italy, which wanted him to serve prison time in the 2003 abduction of a terror suspect, the Obama administration said Friday.
A former CIA operative who was convicted by an Italian court of kidnapping a Muslim cleric in Milan in 2003 has been detained by authorities in Panama, raising the prospect that he could be extradited, according to Italian news reports.
Rolling Stone journalist Michael Hastings’ body was cremated against his family’s wishes, destroying potential evidence that could have contradicted the explanation that he died as a result of an accident, according to a San Diego 6 reporter
San Diego 6 -- Kimberly Dvorak's Investigative Report On Michael Hastings "Crash" Crash scene defies laws of physics as engine block found behind the car.
The Associated Press reported it had "obtained" a memo written by CIA director John Brennan—a man tied to leaks of his own—describing a new campaign to keep CIA officials from leaking information to the media.
Under CIA manipulation, direction and, usually, their payroll, were past and present presidents of Mexico, Colombia, Uruguay, and Costa Rica, “our minister of labor”, “our vice-president”, “my police”, journalists, labor leaders, student leaders,
Militants With Forged Papers Crossed Checkpoint, Pounded CIA Offices