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This Is The Only Person Being Punished For The CIA Torture Report
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.
Meet The Only Person Being Punished After The Senate Torture Report
Burr can’t register an official hold until Starzak is voted through McCain's committee, and it could not be discerned how
Feinstein Vindicated In Intelligence Committee Spat
WASHINGTON -- The Senate Parliamentarian has vindicated former Senate Intelligence Committee chair Dianne Feinstein against
Former Senate Intel Chair Strikes Back At CIA For Spying
Except it did, four years later, Feinstein said. In early 2014, the agency, scrambling frantically to track down a controversial
Senate Intelligence Committee Democrats Prepare To Battle New GOP Chairman On CIA Torture Report
Sen. Martin Heinrich (D-N.M.) said Wednesday that it would be “unprecedented and misguided” for the White House to return
GOP Plans To Give Explosive Document Back To CIA
That apology, however, was severely diluted last week, when an agency accountability board headed by former Sen. Evan Bayh
CIA Wasn't Wrong To Spy On Senate Torture Investigation, Review Board Finds
The agency on Wednesday also released a declassified version of the Inspector General report, whose release has been fiercely
The Secret CIA Document That Could Unravel The Case For Torture
As the public grapples with the gruesome realities put forth in the Senate Intelligence Committee’s damning report on the CIA’s torture program, the agency has dug in to defend itself.
The Other Torture Report: The Secret CIA Document That Could Unravel The Case For Torture
If Udall’s characterizations are true, the Panetta Review could be key to unravelling the case made by defenders of torture
You'll Probably Never Know Why The CIA Spied On The Senate
Senators and staffers argue that the fact there are people within the CIA who agree with the Senate report's findings is
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The CIA Is Not a Fourth Branch of Government
Joseph A. Palermo
Author, historian, professor
The Senate must prevail in this Constitutional showdown between a secretive Executive Branch relic of the Cold War that has a long history of doing nasty things in our name.
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