National security adviser Walt Whitman Rostow called the execution "stupid" in a memo to President Lyndon B. Johnson.
North Korea claims it foiled a joint CIA and South Korean plot on Kim Jong Un's life and blasted Washington's global war on terror.
John Kiriakou plowed into a car in Washington, DC. and suffered broken ribs, a fractured clavicle and lumbar spine damage, according to his attorney.
Russia's foreign ministry and its embassy in the U.K. went after Langley after an ad for new Russian-language officers went online.
Critics have argued America's drone program is illegal, unethical and ineffective in the long run in terms of eliminating terrorism.
The CIA chief says documents from the 2011 special forces raid to be published in "weeks."
Once a primary recipient of CIA assistance, the Free Syrian Army has since turned on U.S. efforts to battle ISIS using Kurdish militias.
The agency's director reportedly visited the Russian capital in May.
Valerie Plame Wilson has started a crowdfunding campaign to buy a controlling stake in Twitter and kick the president off the platform.
More than 64 years after the CIA helped overthrow Iran's democratically elected government, the country reacted to recent U.S. comments on regime change.
CIA Director Mike Pompeo faces questions about why Trump's national security adviser Mike Flynn heard secrets.
The Ransomware attack hit over 300,000 computers in 150 countries, but earned hackers just $140,000 in Bitcoin.
Warmbier was sentenced to 15 years hard labor in North Korea, but he was released after 18 months.
The analyst said that the American intelligence community is "getting frustrated because they're probably trying to get policymakers' attention."
Sadiq Khan has called on the British government to cancel Trump's visit later this year.
The presient reportedly asked Dan Coats, his director of National Intelligence, to persuade the FBI to back off its investigation into Michael Flynn.
If confirmed by the Senate, Bradbury would become chief lawyer to the Department of Transport.
After years of silence, a former CIA operative speaks out about Castro, Oswald and the assassination of JFK.
In his appearance Tuesday before the House Intelligence Committee, the CIA's former chief could only hint at what we've known for decades: that we influence foreign elections too.