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Out in the Cold: Intel agent says U.S. betrayed her

An Italian judge found 23 Americans and two Italians guilty in the kidnapping of an Egyptian terror suspect, delivering the first legal convictions anywhere in the world against people involved in the CIA's extraordinary renditions program.

Tags: security , Sabrina De Sousa , State , extraordinary rendition ,

Thursday - 11/12/2009, 10:06am EST
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Baitullah Mehsud: 90% Dead

U.S. officials think he's 100% dead but they don't have any proof.

Tags: security , NSA , James Jones , Baitullah Mehsud , Taliban

Thursday - 08/13/2009, 06:54am EDT
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The CIA and the power of information

Tags: security , DoJ , interrogation , FOIA , ACLU

Thursday - 04/16/2009, 09:24am EDT

CIA wins turf battle over DNI: But is it over?

Has the relationship between the CIA and DNI grown closer, or is there still an underlying tension between the two offices?

Tags: management , DNI , CIAeland security , J.J. Green

Wednesday - 11/18/2009, 04:00pm EST
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Markle report: Tear down those silos!

Nation still at risk of terror attack from lack of information sharing.

Tags: mngt , national security , information sharing , Markle report , Zoe Baird , Slade Gorton , Bill Cowell , ODNI , NSA

Wednesday - 03/11/2009, 07:25am EDT
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Who Killed Professor Ali-Mohammadi

The CIA says it had nothing to do with it. A remote-controlled bomb killed a Tehran University scientist on Tuesday in an attack Iran blamed on the United States. Iranian officials and state media described slain professor Massoud Ali-Mohammadi as a nuclear scientist, but a spokesman said he did not work for the Atomic Energy Organisation. Iran's cabinet in a statement blamed agents of the United States for the killing of Ali-Mohammadi. A State Department official in Washington said charges of U.S. involvement were absurd.

Tags: technology , Pentagon , Iran , State Department

Wednesday - 01/13/2010, 11:40am EST

Pelosi Quiets

House Speaker Nancy Pelosi says she won't talk any more about her charge that the CIA lied about using waterboarding on terrorism suspects. She said in her own words she's said all she's going to say about it. But some Republicans aren't are not letting it go. Some members want an investigation her accusation that the CIA misled Congress. Earlier this month, Pelosi told reporters that she had not been told that waterboarding had been used against terrorism suspects, even though it had been. When asked whether she was accusing the CIA of lying to her, she said "yes."

Tags: management , Pentagon , Nancy Pelosi , waterboarding

Friday - 05/22/2009, 01:44pm EDT
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