A declassified U.S. government document obtained by an independent research group suggests it was.
The bus drove 145 miles before the device was discovered.
The Republican Party front-runner is making Americans "less safe," Michael Hayden said.
The group of CIA, FBI, DEA and military intelligence officials wrote an open letter to the 2016 field.
John Brennan also spoke about his contact with Russia and Putin.
Former spy agency lawyer John Rizzo predicts many would resign if ordered to resume waterboarding.
Some U.S. officials believe Levinson, who was working for the CIA, died in captivity.
Whoever has the best predictions wins.
Employees should risk careers to speak truth to power, U.S. intelligence guidelines say. Good luck with that.
The history of technocratic approaches to security is littered with claims of effectiveness that are overstated, unproven or just wrong.
The GOP candidate's latest slew of incendiary comments include support for bringing back a torture mechanism.
Former White House National Security Adviser Richard Clarke calls the push "unseemly."
Two decades after the CIA denounced the government's top-secret ESP program, Edwin May is trying to bring it back.
Funded by the CIA, the hotel was meant to give Tibetan guerrillas a livelihood.
David Martine, the subject of a recent article in "Newsweek," resigned from Gannon University.
For 37 years, the U.S. knew—and kept secret—that the Chilean leader gave the order to murder Orlando Letelier.