cia spying on senate

Five months after the Senate Intelligence Committee released its gruesome report on the CIA’s post-9/11 torture program, someone is finally paying steep professional consequences. Except it’s not the former torturers.
Burr can’t register an official hold until Starzak is voted through McCain's committee, and it could not be discerned how
The agency on Wednesday also released a declassified version of the Inspector General report, whose release has been fiercely
His statements sometimes seemed abstract, but were often signposts pointing to something deeper. He wrote letters, he asked
Senators and staffers argue that the fact there are people within the CIA who agree with the Senate report's findings is
The CIA's snooping on the Senate came as staffers were working on a massive investigation of the torture committed by the
WASHINGTON -- House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) is being a bit more careful these days in her criticism of the
WASHINGTON -- Sen. Dianne Feinstein (D-Calif.), a staunch defender of government surveillance of ordinary citizens, took
"I support Senator Feinstein unequivocally, and I'm disappointed that the CIA is apparently unrepentant," he added. Sen. Lindsey
Sen. Dianne Feinstein (D-Calif.) delivered a devastating broadside against the CIA Tuesday, alleging that the agency was trying to intimidate Congress and may have broken the law in spying on Senate staffers.
"Our staff involved in this matter have the appropriate clearances, handled the sensitive material according to established