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Bruce Riedel, former CIA officer, senior fellow of foreign policy, Brookings Institution
Leon Panetta, President Barack Obama's choice to head the Pentagon, predicted on Thursday that Iraq will ask the United States to keep some American forces in that country beyond year's end, the current departure date.
U.S. authorities are using interviews with Osama bin Laden's wives and video of the assault on his Pakistan compound to piece together details of the raid that killed the terrorist leader.
The CIA estimates the intelligence haul to be the size of a small college library. Pace University's Darren Hayes explains it for us.
U.S. intelligence officials believe al-Qaida will have a hard time recovering from the death of its leader, Osama bin Laden. But some experts believe bin Laden was just a symbol and that the greatest terrorist threat to the U.S. is al-Qaida in Yemen. We get analysis from national security correspondent J.J. Green.
The State Department early Monday put U.S. embassies on alert and warned of the heightened possibility for anti-American violence after the killing of al-Qaida leader Osama bin Laden by American forces in Pakistan.
President Barack Obama says the changes to his national security team are meant for guidance "through the difficult days ahead." CSIS's Anthony Cordesman takes a look at the new team and what they face.
The reshuffled national security team President Barack Obama introduced on Thursday will be charged with fighting not only the overseas war in Afghanistan but also budget battles on the home front over Pentagon spending that has ballooned into a fat target for deficit hawks.
President Obama is expected to make personnel announcements Thursday to unveil a major shuffling of his national security team. We get details and analysis from the AP's Mark Smith and our own JJ Green.
Mackenzie Eaglen of the Heritage Foundation is here to offer some insight on the DoD-CIA swapping.
Al Qaida's prediction 20 years ago that uprisings in the Arab world would topple the governments that associate with the west appears to be coming true. Coincidence? Former CIA officer Mike Scheuer says not really.
While Google ranks as their ideal employer, many college students say they are interested in working for federal agencies.
Whether caused by a foreign government or a prankster, last week's denial of service attack that hit the CIA is puzzling officials.
The Office of the Director for National Intelligence has a new chief information officer - Al Tarasiuk.
The CIA-based investment firm that identifies technology for use by the CIA and other intelligence agencies, has formed investment and development agreements with two startups.
Former CIA Director James Woolsey advocates use of alternative fuels. He explains some of the ways to do this in his interview with In Depth host Francis Rose.
AP reports on the center that will be staffed by 100 special operations agents.
A lawsuit alleges the software the CIA used to direct drone assassinations in Afghanistan and Pakistan was both faulty and illegally obtained, The Register reports.