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."
What can the president do and who does he have to tell? The killing of Iranian General Soleimani renewed the debate over war powers, the military and the CIA.
Valerie Plame noted that Trump's justification for Soleimani's killing rests on the same intelligence community that he has attacked in the past.
Elissa Slotkin released a statement explaining why Presidents Bush and Obama did not kill Soleimani, and warned that Trump needs to work with Congress to prepare for aftermath.
"I agree with him that terrorists are bad guys— as are the people who conducted barbaric and ineffective acts of torture in the name of Mr. Pompeo's misguided notion of 'Patriotism,'" Scott Z. Burns said in a statement.
The president and his personal lawyer reportedly talk on a vulnerable phone line that has caused security concerns in the White House.
The report by Human Rights Watch accuses the Afghan forces, which are supported by the U.S., of "war crimes."
"Both operations were very significant setbacks," for Al-Qaeda and ISIS, Michael Morell said.
John McLaughlin called Trump's decision a "disaster" and illustrative of his "reckless instincts" regarding foreign policy.
Andrew Bakaj represents a group dedicated to helping whistleblowers.
John Brennan, who served under Barack Obama, told MSNBC's Nicolle Wallace that he was worried about the "dysfunctionality of our government at this time."
The CIA was forced to remove a top source from Russia, thanks in no small part to our loose-lipped president.
The official, since named by Russian media, had reportedly been supplying intelligence to the U.S. for decades.
Maintaining the CIA and the Afghan paramilitaries it works with would seriously undermine any peace agreement.