A prominent national security reporter for the Los Angeles Times routinely submitted drafts and detailed summaries of his stories to CIA press handlers prior to publication, according to documents obtained by The Intercept.
A U.S. security team in Benghazi was held back from immediately responding to the attack on the American diplomatic mission on orders of the top CIA officer there, three of those involved told Fox News' Bret Baier.
t long last, after all these years, we have a defining question to We The People on our rule of law from libertarian Jacob G. Hornberger, founder and president of The Future of Freedom Foundation: "Why Not Simply Abolish the CIA?"
The Washington Post reports ISIS waterboarded kidnapped Westerners. The CIA had no comment. A US official did say that "to suggest that there is any correlation between ISIL's brutality and past US actions is ridiculous and feeds
While the facts surrounding the police killing of Michael Brown in Ferguson, Missouri, must still be determined, one thing is clear: If it turns out that the killing was not justified, the law dictates that he is subject to being criminally indicted
Glenn Greenwald has called out National Public Radio in a recent interview for a story by Dina Temple-Raston for a story that it aired on how a study had found "tangible evidence" that leaks by Edward Snowden had harmed security
As someone who has over 31 years of digital imaging expertise, including years at the highest levels of the industry in Los Angeles, I know this documentary expertly explains to the layman how the Zapruder film was completely altered.
An internal U.S. intelligence memo warns that the release of a Senate report on CIA interrogation techniques could inflame anti-U.S. passions in the Mideast, resulting in potentially violent street protests and threats to U.S. embassies and personnel
Many, including author Roger Stone in his LRC podcast interview with Lew Rockwell today, believe that James Brady was the unfortunate collateral damage of the Bush-engineered assassination attempt on the life of Ronald Reagan.
President Obama affirmed today that the US did indeed torture people. The question is why Obama began his first term by promising CIA employees that they would not be tried for what he now describes as "tortur[ing] some folks."
The European Court of Human Rights ruled Thursday that Poland had violated the rights of two terrorism suspects by allowing their transfer to a secret detention center run by the C.I.A. in Poland, where the two men were tortured.
In the same week as the State Department report endorsing findings that the CIA lied to Congress and brutalized suspects, the CIA is now admitting that its recent denials of hacking Senate computers was also false.
CIA Director John Brennan has determined that employees "acted in a manner inconsistent with the common understanding" brokered between the CIA and its Senate overseers in hacking into computers used by Senate staffers.
The question is: can anyone name one major influential terrorist group on the world stage today who aren't ultimately paid foot soldiers of the Western military alliance for a carefully staged military-intelligence agenda? Just one? Anybody?
The human rights tribunal in Strasburg has just announced that Poland is guilty of having secret CIA torture prisons on Polish territory and must pay money to various injured parties. The Strasburg Tribunal has also officially announced that the Poli