Kevin Blair used to send FBI agents on counterterrorism missions in Iraq. Now he's helping children with disabilities in the D.C. suburbs.
The implications could be "mind-boggling," an FBI source says.
But officials in the Obama administration have more explaining to do about the Bin Laden raid.
For nearly a decade, a Vietnamese folk singer–turned–double agent caused the deaths of scores of America's spies.
It was a professional job, they say, Soviet-style.
The agency's successful assassination of Imad Mugniyah came after a number of failed capture attempts.
On Monday, a jury convicted former CIA operative Jeffrey Sterling on charges of espionage for allegedly leaking classified information to a reporter.
In an indictment that reads like an episode of The Americans, the U.S. government accused Moscow of targeting young women for espionage.
The battle between jihadis and security forces in France may soon become brutal.
A former FBI agent is determined to find out why the CIA refused to share information that may have stopped 9/11.
Two congressmen want to declassify 28 pages of congressional inquiry about 9/11 that raise questions about Saudi financial support to the hijackers.
Sources say the former cryptographer is the operative in question.
Vietnam's wartime intelligence agency used brutal interrogation techniques. But unlike the CIA, it tried to learn from its mistakes.
America's race problems are front-page news from London to Baghdad, and trumpeted to the remotest mountaintops via Arab-language radio and TV.