"Do you know Russian? Are you an [sic] US citizen with a college degree? Do you have an interest in serving your country?"
The president's attacks on the U.S. intelligence community have cast CIA and FBI leaders into the unprecedented role of public “truth tellers.”
John Brennan unfavorably compared Trump to George W. Bush, Clinton, and Obama, who "put country above their personal interests."
The National Endowment for Democracy was created in 1983 to fund and proliferate pro-U.S. and pro-democracy institutions abroad.
Jerry Chun Shing Lee's handwritten notebooks were names, contact details and meeting locations of undercover CIA agents.
Iran has blamed domestic unrest on foreign interference ever since the CIA helped foment a coup in 1953.
Mike Pompeo did avoid saying how the U.S. would feel about regime change in North Korea.
CIA Director Mike Pompeo faces questions about why Trump's national security adviser Mike Flynn heard secrets.
The analyst said that the American intelligence community is “getting frustrated because they're probably trying to get policymakers’ attention.”
Representative Eric Swalwell says Donald Trump’s dismissal of CIA briefings will prompt spy agencies to use the press to air critical issues, grievances.
Bush and Rubio put premium on defense spending, intelligence powers.
The presidential briefings will cover what the spy agency told JFK and LBJ about foreign crises and leaders.
Majid Khan said interrogators threatened to beat him with a hammer, baseball bats, sticks and leather belt.
Vietnam’s wartime intelligence agency used brutal interrogation techniques. But unlike the CIA, it tried to learn from its mistakes.
Leon Panetta says he remains uncertain on the intelligence value of harsh interrogations.
Washington wants Lebanon to stop ISIS at its borders. So does Hezbollah. It's a tricky minuet for two longtime lethal foes.
Michigan’s treasury department has slapped liens totaling over $20,000 on the CIA for not paying withholding taxes on employees.
Chancellor Angela Merkel's coalition partners said Washington should remove any U.S. embassy staff involved and cease spying on its ally