Recruitment videos for the CIA and the U.S. Army have been mocked by social media users.
Conservatives panned the CIA recruitment ad for being "woke" and doing little to inspire fear in America's enemies.
The video features an officer named Mija describing her own experience working for the intelligence agency.
Twitter users were not impressed by a new video from the agency that refers to "misguided patriarchal ideas."
"As you think about how the world has evolved, and how it continues to evolve, and our need to actually address those changes in the evolution of the threat," senior CIA official Sheronda Dorsey told Newsweek, "we need diverse candidates that are coming from all walks of life, all backgrounds."
Lori Anne Holton is accused of kidnapping and torturing a man last summer, according to police in West Salem, Wisconsin.
"You need a spark and that spark has to be charismatic," Philip Mudd said. "... they could spark a revolutionary movement."
The intelligence agency's vast trove of files detailing encounters with so-called Unidentified Aerial Phenomena (UAP) has been obtained by a website.
Burns and Jake Sullivan led a secret diplomatic channel to Tehran which eventually facilitated the Iran nuclear deal.
"We need to recognize what a historic crime and disgrace this is," journalist Glenn Greenwald said of his claim that the media was directed by the U.S. intelligence community to suppress unsubstantiated allegations against President-elect Joe Biden's son.
Brennan condemned the assassination of Iran's top nuclear scientist Mohsen Fakhrizadeh, which Tehran has blamed Israel for.
The officer was reported to be involved in a CIA operation against the jihadist organization Al-Shabab, which is waging an insurgency in the country.
"Why Gina Haspel is still there in the CIA is beyond my comprehension," attorney Sidney Powell said.
American Oversight said in its report that it has so far been unable to review emails sent to and from Mike Pompeo during his tenure as secretary of state.
Vice President Mike Pence "lied about handwritten notes of mine from 2016 that referenced unsubstantiated Russian allegation about Secretary Clinton" during his debate with Senator Kamala Harris, former CIA Director John Brennan tweeted on Wednesday night.
Former CIA Director Michael Hayden endorsed Joe Biden in a new ad from Republican Voters Against Trump.
Palantir, tech billionaire Peter Thiel's mysterious data analysis company, completed its first day as a publicly-traded company on the New York Stock Exchange on Wednesday.
"I know there is some risk to my style of humor, but who wants Army leaders who are risk averse?" Lieutenant General Theodore D. Martin, deputy commander of the Army Training and Doctrine and Command, told Newsweek.
Jamil N. Jaffer of George Mason University's Antonin Scalia Law School debates Bonnie Kristian of Defense Priorities.
A offensive-oriented cyber warfare strategy is reckless.
We are already engaged in a very real cyber war. We must recognize and confront reality.
John Brennan said Trump would quit the White House "if he had a soul or a conscience" in the wake of details from Woodward's book.
Peter Rafael Dzibinski Debbins, 45, is accused of espionage after allegedly sharing military information for years.
Alexander Yuk Ching Ma—a naturalized U.S. citizen—was arrested last week accused of working for Chinese intelligence for a decade.
Amaryllis Fox is the host of Netflix's new docuseries "The Business of Drugs," after a decade as a CIA agent working undercover.
"Whether it's Xi of China, whether it's Putin, you don't get bad words against them from the Twitter handle," Congressman Adam Kinzinger said.
The conservative radio personality claimed Democrats and U.S. intelligence agencies tricked George W. Bush on WMDs and the Iraq War—and he said those same "deep state" figures are attacking Trump over Russian ties.
Poland, Lithuania and Romania hosted "black sites" during the War on Terror—but get to watch the hearings on torture at Guantánamo from afar, unscathed, unaccountable and all but unmentionable in the courtroom.
Douglas London, a 34-year veteran of the CIA, warned that Trump is primarily focused on "celebrity" and "headlines."