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.
“I think she’s always been a little bit of leverage,” said one lawmaker familiar with the controversy over Starzak’s nomination
Burr’s intent to continue pushing the issue -- despite an independent ruling in Feinstein’s favor -- isn’t likely to help
“The Agency Accountability Board, which was comprised of former Senator Evan Bayh, former White House Counsel Bob Bauer, and
“Senator Feinstein was smart to keep a copy of the Panetta Review," he said. "I certainly don't think the Senate should allow
That apology, however, was severely diluted last week, when an agency accountability board headed by former Sen. Evan Bayh
The core of the dispute, said the source familiar with the board review, was the lack of clear agreement over how the shared
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 Panetta Review appears to have been created in response to Director Panetta’s instructions to figure out what the records
All this uncertainty remains despite the importance Feinstein herself put on resolving a battle that strikes at the heart