On the hook to release a redacted version of the so-called torture report, the CIA has asked a federal judge for more time to review the study by the Senate Intelligence Committee that harshly criticizes its interrogation techniques.
Soon after John Kerry took over as Secretary of State, the U.S. Ambassador to Nigeria, Terence P. McCulley, accused the Nigerian government of butchery during a confrontation with Boko Haram terrorists
"We have already been regaled with reports provided by the Wikileaks which identified the US embassy in Nigeria as a forward operating base for wide and far reaching acts of subversion against Nigeria which include but not limited to eavesdropping on
We have already been regaled with reports provided by the Wikileaks which identified the US embassy in Nigeria as a forward operating base for wide and far reaching acts of subversion against Nigeria...
An American Islamic group is calling for a federal investigation into the New York Police Department's reported recruitment of Muslim immigrants as informants to spy on their own faith community," Nihad Awad said as detectives comb city jails for Mus
The extent of U.S. meddling in the governments of other countries cannot be over-estimated. It is likely always to be far greater than can be predicated based on published reports, because so much is kept secret by the government and
“I have worried about the extent to which the U.S. has spread small arms around over the decades to various parties it supported,” he said. “Such weapons are pretty durable and, after the cause du jour passed, where did they go? To be a little dramat
The United States is quietly expanding the number of intelligence officers in Iraq and holding urgent meetings in Washington and Baghdad to find ways to counter growing violence by Islamic militants, U.S. government sources said.
Pulitzer-prize winning investigative reporter Seymour Hersh – who broke the stories of the Mai Lai massacre in Vietnam and the Iraq prison torture scandals, which rightfully disgraced the Nixon and Bush administrations’ war-fighting tactics – reporte
From the CIA's efforts to spy on U.S. Senate staffers it was apparent that the Senate's findings about the CIA would be something the American people would find profoundly disturbing.This week, a conversation with Ron Paul about the CIA, torture, and
As we noted previously, the US remains convinced that "there is strong evidence suggesting some of [the pro-Russian] demonstrators were paid," and Russia, in the same vein, responded that they "are particularly concerned that the operation involves s
Starting in 2010, the US Agency for International Development ran a social networking service — similar to Twitter — for the Cuban people. Its long-term objective was to foment popular revolt against the government and de-stabilize the country.
A US agency created a “Cuban Twitter” to undermine Cuba’s communist government and get around its strict Internet prohibitions, using secret shell companies financed through foreign banks. The two-year project drew 40,000 users who
The House Intelligence Committee held a classified session with the CIA’s former Libya station chief, whose assessment that there had been no protest leading before the Benghazi terrorist attacks was left out of Obama Admin talking points
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