The first woman to lead a key intelligence committee went toe-to-toe with the powerful intelligence agency — and the president. She won.
Shaun Wiggins, CEO of data analytics firm Soteryx, allegedly convinced a young employee who aspired to join the CIA that sexual "training" was required.
John Brennan lambasted the Georgia Republican's comments on the unauthorized disclosure of classified military information.
U.S. intelligence agencies say they cannot link a foreign adversary to any of the incidents associated with so-called “Havana syndrome."
“There’s no foreign leader who’s watched more carefully Vladimir Putin’s experience in Ukraine, the evolution of the war, than Xi Jinping has,” William Burns said.
The Company's attempt at lighthearted humor got a harsh reality check.
“I agree,” said Michael Hayden, in response to a journalist who covers extremism describing Republicans as "nihilistic" and "contemptible."
"There are lots of rumors about President Putin's health," Burns told the Aspen Security Forum.
The Vault 7 leak revealed how the CIA hacked Apple and Android smartphones in overseas spying operations and efforts to turn internet-connected televisions into listening devices.
Two Democrats on the Senate Intelligence Committee say the CIA has a secret, undisclosed data repository that includes information collected about Americans.