A "culture of impunity" has "corrupted not just our system of intelligence, but really, our system of government," whistleblower Edward Snowden says.
President Donald Trump called Saudi Arabia a "great ally" despite the murder of Khashoggi, defending his stance by citing multi-billion-dollar arms agreements.
Nils Melzer, the United Nation's special rapporteur on torture, accused the U.S. of leading a process of dismantling human rights.
"Mr. Trump knows what he has done in the past," former CIA Director John Brennan said during an appearance on "Morning Joe" on Friday.
The CIA assessment states that the intelligence agency has "medium-to-high" confidence that Prince Mohammed "personally targeted" the journalist and "probably ordered his death."
Prince Ahmed, 76, who is the king's only living brother, would reportedly have the support of the family as well as Western nations and the kingdom's security apparatus.
Michael Hayden sprang to the defense of retired Navy SEAL Admiral William McRaven, who Trump attacked on Sunday.
"I have to take a lot of things into consideration," Trump said.
The 1993 killing of Freddie Woodruff, the CIA branch chief in the former Soviet Republic of Georgia, left unanswered questions. Texas lawyer Michael Pullara talks to Newsweek about his work to uncover the truth about Woodruff's death.
WikiLeaks: "Until now, this cloud infrastructure controlled by Amazon was largely hidden."
"Can they hear the bombs coming? We should make the bombs silent so they can't get away," Trump said, according to a new book.
Nellie Ohr is the third partner of a U.S. government civil servant to find herself targeted in the ongoing effort to root out "deep state" anti-Trump civil servants in federal law enforcement agencies.
"I have seen the lights blinking red in terms of what Mr. Trump has done and is doing," said John Brennan, former CIA chief.
The U.S. government was not involved in any way with a Saturday drone explosion at a Venezuelan military event, according to President Donald Trump's national security advisor.
CIA spies are carrying on their work, but many veterans worry secret operations will be damaged—or worse.
"I would find it unbelievable if they didn't [record it] in some manner," John Brennan said.
Moscow's top diplomat traveled with the Russian delegation to Finland, and Trump's performance has delighted the Kremlin greatly.
The president repeatedly refused to criticize Vladimir Putin over Russian election interference.
Russia has constantly stoked fears about the web, which President Vladimir Putin regards as a CIA invention.
At the meeting with Kim Jong Un in Singapore, President Trump made Chinese leaders happy but sandbagged his own Pentagon.
"Do you know Russian? Are you an [sic] US citizen with a college degree? Do you have an interest in serving your country?"
The former CIA director said he would "continue to speak out loudly and critically."