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CIA Reveals How Chinese Pandas Were Denied Entry Into U.S. In 50s

CIA director Alan Dulles was asked to intervene in the panda ban back in 1958.


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Ex-CIA Officer Convicted Of Leaking Secrets To Reporter

Jurors convicted 47-year-old Jeffrey Sterling of giving a New York Times reporter classified details of an operation to sabotage Iran’s nuclear ambitions.


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FBI Agent: No Direct Evidence Ex-CIA Man Leaked to Reporter

The lead FBI agent on the case against an ex-CIA officer accused of leaking details of a classified mission to a journalist has acknowledged a lack of direct evidence proving the allegation.


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CIA Asset ‘Merlin’ Testifies About Mission at CIA Leak Trial

A Russian emigre who became a top CIA asset has described to jurors his role in a secret mission to disrupt Iran’s nuclear weapons ambitions.


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Condoleezza Rice Testifies at CIA Leak Trial

Former national security adviser Condoleezza Rice said Thursday that she was stunned when she learned a classified mission to thwart Iran’s nuclear weapons ambitions had been leaked to the news media.


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CIA Leak Trial Continues in Va., Focus on Iranian Operation

The wife of a top CIA asset testified that she feared her family would be discovered by the KGB after details of a covert operation leaked into print.


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AP: U.S. Weighs Criminal Charges Against David Petraeus

The former CIA Director could face charges related to the mishandling of classified information that was found in possession of his lover, source tells AP.


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Former CIA Official: ‘Good Possibility’ Al Qaeda In Yemen Directed Paris Terror Attack

A former CIA official believes that al Qaeda in Yemen could be behind the terror attack in Paris Wednesday that left 12 people dead.


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Feinstein Urges Changes To Avoid Repeat Of CIA Torture

The outgoing chairman of the Senate intelligence committee is urging a series of policy and legislative changes to ensure that the U.S. government never again tortures detainees.


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Reporter Refuses to Answer Questions in CIA Leak Case

A New York Times reporter is expected to reluctantly testify in a trial run to see what evidence he could offer in the case of a former CIA officer accused of leaking classified information.