A former CIA official believes that al Qaeda in Yemen could be behind the terror attack in Paris Wednesday that left 12 people dead.
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.
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.
A New York Times reporter will be subpoenaed to answer questions ahead of an upcoming trial of a former CIA officer accused of leaking classified information, though a Tuesday hearing indicated there is much confusion about what the journalist may be asked to reveal.
Senior U.S. officials who authorized and carried out torture as part of former President George W. Bush’s national security policy must be prosecuted, a top U.N. special investigator said Wednesday.
The head of the Senate Intelligence Committee says the panel’s report on brutal CIA interrogation practices used after the 9/11 terror attacks is a troubling record of a stain on America’s history.
The Senate Intelligence Committee has released its long-awaited “torture report,” which details finds from a three-and-a-half year investigation into the CIA’s “Detention and Interrogation Program.”
Former CIA Director: Torture Report Could ‘Be Used By Our Enemies To Motivate People To Attack Americans’
Foreign governments and U.S. intelligence agencies are predicting that the release of a Senate report examining the use of torture by the CIA will cause “violence and deaths” abroad, the chairman of the House Intelligence Committee said Sunday.
An Arlington soccer dad is the inspiration behind a new TV series premiering on NBC Monday night.
A U.N. panel began grilling American officials Wednesday over the country’s compliance with a key anti-torture treaty, raising a series of alleged violations and admitted “lapses” since the 9/11 attacks.