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  • Some in 'Torture' Report Denied Chance to Read it

    Some in 'Torture' Report Denied Chance to Read it

    About a dozen former CIA officials named in a classified Senate report on decade-old agency interrogation practices were notified in recent days that they would be able to review parts of the document in a secure room in suburban Washington after sig...

  • Obama Speaks with Angela Merkel After Spy Row: US Official

    Obama Speaks with Angela Merkel After Spy Row: US Official

    President Barack Obama on Tuesday spoke to Chancellor Angela Merkel for the first time since a row over US spying prompted Germany to turf out the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) station chief in Berlin.

  • Angela Merkel Laments Breakdown of Trust in US Spy Row

    Chancellor Angela Merkel lamented on Saturday the breakdown in trust between Germany and the United States amid a spying row that saw the CIA chief in Berlin expelled from the country.

  • Germany Eyes Overhauled US Partnership In Talks On Spy Row

    Germany Eyes Overhauled US Partnership In Talks On Spy Row

    Germany's foreign minister said on Friday he would urge a revived US partnership based on "trust and mutual respect" in talks with his American counterpart after Berlin's expulsion of a CIA station chief in a spying row.

  • United States Officers Say No 'Stand-Down Order' for Benghazi

    United States Officers Say No 'Stand-Down Order' for Benghazi

    Military officers testified that there was no "stand-down order" that held back military assets that could have saved the U.S. ambassador and three other Americans killed at a diplomatic outpost and CIA annex in Benghazi, Libya, undercutting the cont...

  • Gary Oldman to Join Kevin Costner in the Cast of Criminal

    Gary Oldman to Join Kevin Costner in the Cast of Criminal

    Gary is apparently in talks to play the CIA chief in the movie

  • Anger Mounts as Germany Unearths Second US Spy Suspect

    Anger Mounts as Germany Unearths Second US Spy Suspect

    German politicians reacted angrily on Wednesday to news of a suspected U.S. spy in the defence ministry, which came days after the arrest of a German foreign intelligence agency worker as a suspected CIA informant.

  • Edward Snowden Applies to Extend his Stay in Russia

    Edward Snowden Applies to Extend his Stay in Russia

    Former National Security Agency contractor Edward Snowden has applied to extend his stay in Russia, his lawyer said Wednesday.

  • CIA Reportedly Had a Role in German Spy Affair

    CIA Reportedly Had a Role in German Spy Affair

    The CIA Director is said have asked to brief key members of the US Congress on the matter, which threatens a new rupture between Washington and a close European ally.

  • US Says Will Work With Germany to Resolve New Spy Row

    US Says Will Work With Germany to Resolve New Spy Row

    The United States pledged Monday to cool a new spy row with Germany after Chancellor Angela Merkel warned reports of involving an alleged German double agent and the CIA could mark a fresh breach of trust between allies.

  • CIA Had Role in Germany Spy Affair

    CIA Had Role in Germany Spy Affair

    The Central Intelligence Agency was involved in a spying operation against Germany that led to the alleged recruitment of a German intelligence official and has prompted renewed outrage in Berlin, two U.S. officials familiar with the matter said on M...

  • United States Now Wrestling With Intelligence Gaps in Iraq

    United States Now Wrestling With Intelligence Gaps in Iraq

    CIA officers in Iraq have largely stayed in their heavily fortified Baghdad compound since US troops left the country in 2011, current and former officials say, allowing a once-rich network of intelligence sources to wither.

  • CIA Planned a Bin Laden 'Demon' Doll

    CIA Planned a Bin Laden 'Demon' Doll

    The CIA once considered producing a toy action figure of Osama bin Laden that would transform into a devil-eyed demon, hoping to persuade children abroad that he was no hero, but a scary villain.

  • Over 100 Militants Killed in Fresh Air Strikes in Pakistan

    Over 100 Militants Killed in Fresh Air Strikes in Pakistan

    Over 100 militants were killed as Pakistani fighter jets pounded nearly six militant hideouts in the country's northwestern tribal region early Sunday.

  • US Spy Agency Joins Facebook, Twitter

    US Spy Agency Joins Facebook, Twitter

    The spy agency cast the move as an effort to better get out its message and engage directly with the public, but its first Twitter message, sent out shortly before 2 p.m.(1800 GMT), did not indicate there would be major revelations.

  • CIA Joins Facebook, Twitter to 'More Directly Engage With the Public'

    CIA Joins Facebook, Twitter to 'More Directly Engage With the Public'

    CIA director John Brennan said the new accounts will help the agency "more directly engage with the public and provide information on CIA's mission, history and other developments."

  • US Spy Agency CIA Uncovers Sense of Humour in Debut Tweet

    US Spy Agency CIA Uncovers Sense of Humour in Debut Tweet

    For a spy agency that likes to blend into the background, the CIA's debut on Twitter has revealed a covert sense of humor.

  • United States' CIA Drone Killing Program in Pakistan Winding Down

    United States' CIA Drone Killing Program in Pakistan Winding Down

    The CIA's drone program in Pakistan, once the mainstay of President Barack Obama's counterterrorism effort, is winding down: There hasn't been a drone strike in Pakistan since last Christmas.

  • Barack Obama's Top Lawyer to Look Into CIA Officer Revelation

    Barack Obama's Top Lawyer to Look Into CIA Officer Revelation

    President Barack Obama's top lawyer will look into how the name of the CIA's top official in Afghanistan was accidentally revealed to thousands of journalists, the White House said on Tuesday.

  • White House Mistakenly Reveals CIA Official's Name

    White House Mistakenly Reveals CIA Official's Name

    The Obama administration accidentally revealed the name of the CIA's top official in Afghanistan in an email to thousands of journalists during the president's surprise weekend trip to Bagram Air Field.

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