Profiles need to be built, terrorist groups need to be infiltrated, and operations need to be neutralized. But first, we must learn from our mistakes.
Kim Jong Nam was assassinated with a nerve agent in February 2017, reportedly after having met with his CIA contact in Malaysia.
"At the end of the day, history is going to find that [Barr] was compliant, he was timid, and at times he was a sycophant. All to please Trump," said former federal prosecutor Gene Rossi.
Defense Department documents obtained by Newsweek show U.S. Northern Command sent an urgent request for additional U.S. forces.
"I hope that the Iranian people demand better leadership, but we'll have to wait and see," the senator told Fox News.
Not everyone was so sure that the supposed threat from Iran warrants America's military response.
Majid Takht Ravanchi, Iran's ambassador to the United Nations, warned the U.S. against repeating the mistakes of the Iraq War.
The report does suggest that violence from Mexican cartels against Defense Department personnel working on the southwest border could increase.
As people across the globe mourn, questions have been raised about whether the attack could have been prevented with better intelligence sharing and online surveillance.
The suspect made "bizarre statements about giving away his child on Facebook," an arrest affidavit said.
"There ain't no learning in the second kick of the mule here," said a former deputy director of the CIA's Counterterrorism Center.
A recently arrived alien intelligence is all around us, but don't run for the hills just yet—for all its smarts, it's actually pretty dumb.
"Leveraging those who belittle my capacity is exactly how I defeated a multi-generation, multi-million $ political machine."
President Donald Trump is "standing with Saudi Arabia" as the CIA reportedly prepares to blame its crown prince for killing a journalist.
It looks and speaks like real-life reporter Zhang Zhao. In reality, it's a simulation that could change the way the news is told.
Hans-Georg Maassen suggested that a video showing far-right violence against migrants was fake.
Trump branded report that he considered blocking former President Barack Obama's access to intelligence briefings last year "fake news."
President Donald Trump has said he wants to achieve "world peace," but his rejection of the Obama-era nuclear deal may only lead to more conflict with Iran.
Operatives are installing malware that could give them remote control of parts of the country's power network.
Trump faces ongoing backlash over his recent meeting with Russia's president.
"Me, myself and I do not qualify as 'so many people at the higher ends of intelligence.'"
Director of National Intelligence Dan Coats is staying put—for the time being.
"Between us, we have spent close to 90 years imprisoned without charge or trial," the letter says.
The president's attacks on the U.S. intelligence community have cast CIA and FBI leaders into the unprecedented role of public "truth tellers."