Secret reports. Vanishing documents. Whispers of crime, intimidation and cover-up.
The CIA improperly searched a computer network established for Congress as part of its investigation into allegations of CIA abuse in a Bush-era detention and interrogation program, according to the head of the Senate Intelligence Committee.
The CIA is investigating whether its officers improperly monitored members of the Senate Intelligence Committee, which oversees the intelligence agency, U.S. officials said Wednesday.
Sen. John McCain suggested on Sunday that the CIA has not been forthcoming with the Congress on details about an American who disappeared while on a secret intelligence mission to Iran.
CIA officers revealed a clash over how quickly they should go help the besieged U.S. ambassador during the 2012 attack on an outpost in Libya, and a standing order for them to avoid violent encounters, according to a congressman and others who heard their private congressional testimony or were briefed on it.
An American who vanished nearly seven years ago in Iran was working for the CIA on an unapproved intelligence-gathering mission, according to an investigation by the Associated Press.
A new report claims that medical personnel with the Defense Department and the Central Intelligence Agency were ordered to help with the torture of detainees in U.S. custody since 9/11.
Former President Bill Clinton says there wasn’t public clamoring to get involved militarily in Bosnia nearly two decades ago, but he says foreign policy decisions cannot be made by polls.
A news account based on secret intelligence budget files provided by National Security Agency leaker Edward Snowden says that the surveillance agency warned in 2012 that it planned to investigate up to 4,000 reports of possible internal security breaches.
A journalist who disclosed details of a secret CIA operation cannot shield his source when he testifies at the trial of a former federal agent charged with leaking classified information, a divided U.S. appeals court ruled Friday.