“Letting Ben Affleck film here? Best bad idea we’ve had.”
The CIA admitted Thursday it hacked computers used by a Senate committee investigating the CIA.
“The representative of the U.S. intelligence services at the U.S. Embassy has been asked to leave Germany.”
“I don’t see them getting back together and we need to deal with that reality.”
In a surprise move Thursday night, the House voted to limit spying on U.S. citizens and prohibit requiring “backdoor” access for products and services.
The CIA toyed with the idea of a bin Laden doll, but ultimately killed the project.
Federal government cuts deal with Facebook to get agencies the coveted blue Verified checkmark.
But they’re already following you.
The former NSA contractor who leaked details of U.S. intelligence-gathering programs spoke to Brian Williams in an NBC Nightly News interview in Moscow.
Because, surprise, it’s a terribly dangerous idea.
“The Ukrainians need more help,” Mike Rogers said. The White House and State Department confirmed the CIA director’s trip on Monday.
Former acting CIA director Michael Morell said the process to produce the infamous Benghazi talking points and the taking points themselves “could have been better.”
The legal team defending one of the five 9/11 co-conspirators currently on trial at Guantanamo Bay is demanding U.S. military prosecutors hand over the complete version of a classified Senate report on the CIA’s controversial interrogation program.
Claims classified information released by NSA leaker Edward Snowden may have allowed Russia to evade U.S. efforts to anticipate Moscow’s invasion of Crimea hold little water, according to U.S. and foreign intelligence officials.
Sen. Dianne Feinstein tore into the CIA in a blistering — and widely covered — floor speech on Tuesday. White House Chief of Staff Denis McDonough met with the senator after her speech.
Vice Adm. Michael Rogers declines to answer a question about whether the NSA has carried out warrantless searches on the communications of American citizens.
Speaking at the Council on Foreign Relations Tuesday, CIA director John Brennan said that Russian President Vladimir Putin had laid out a public case for moving Russian troops beyond Crimea and into eastern Ukraine. Brennan said Putin “has expressed concern about Russian compatriots. Either Russian citizens or Russian speaking individuals in the eastern part of Ukraine that might be subject to some sort of sectarian violence.”
Speaking at the Council on Foreign Relations, CIA Director John Brennan said it was “very disturbing” that what happened to Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 was still a mystery. Brennan said they were not ruling out terrorism in the disappearance of the plane, which vanished Saturday, carrying 239 people.
Pentagon leaders are keeping quiet on why the head of U.S. special forces ordered pictures of deceased al-Qaeda chieftain Osama bin Laden destroyed.
The NSA whistleblower could have to take an interest in what Scottish students get up to besides the River Kelvin.
The U.S. government reportedly covered up the CIA connections of Robert Levinson since 2007 and urged the Associated Press not to publish a report because officials were close to finding him.
The agency offered detainees freedom, safety, and millions of dollars. Many top al-Qaeda operatives were killed as a result of the risky program.
The incidents range from unauthorized surveillance of Americans to typographical errors that resulted in unintended interception of emails and telephone calls.
Dozens of CIA operatives were on the ground during the deadly terror attack but are being kept quiet with frequent polygraphs and “pure intimidation,” CNN reported on Thursday.
According to reports, the NSA and the CIA are tapping into these companies’ servers to gather users’ “audio, video, photographs, e-mails, documents and connection logs.”
Is your cat sneaky, agile and weapon-trained? She’s probably a spy.
Russia has arrested an official at the American Embassy in Moscow on suspicion of working for the CIA.