Valerie Plame

The former U.S. ambassador's wife at the time, Valerie Plame, was outed as a CIA agent shortly after he spoke out on the Iraq invasion.
“I want to serve my country again,” says the former CIA operative turned Democratic candidate from New Mexico.
The former CIA agent outed by the Bush administration doesn't want the Scooter Libby incident to end her public service career.
The former CIA operative said she's thinking about running for office in 2020.
The former ambassador and his wife, former CIA agent Valerie Plame, were at the center of the Libby case. She says Trump's basis for the pardon is "simply false."
Libby was charged in an investigation into who leaked a covert CIA agent's identity to journalists.
Ex-CIA Agent Valerie Plame is crowd-funding to buy enough of a stake in Twitter in order to ban Trump from the site.
A former spy has raised more than $21,000 so far as part of an effort to get the company to delete the president’s account.
Much has been made of the fact that Hillary Clinton's personal computer contained classified email. This sounds bad to anyone who is unaccustomed to dealing with classified information, but not so much to those of us with security clearances
The former CIA officer tells HuffPost Live why she supports the proposal.
"Because playing politics with our national security is actually not all that funny."
Allow Jack Black, Morgan Freeman and Queen Noor to explain...
Nothing illustrates better the moral and intellectual bankruptcy of the Republican war hawks who call themselves presidential candidates than their attempts to whitewash the history of how this nation went to war in Iraq.
"The Iraq war error reminds us of the need for epistemological modesty," Brooks writes. That's bullshit, even if written in the lingua franca of the salons frequented by Brooks and other apologists for what Bush and Cheney visited on the people of Iraq.
What are you reading? What was the last book you read? These are two of my favorite questions to ask in order to jump start a conversation with an old friend or a new acquaintance.
The truth is, as long as nuclear weapons exist, we are not safe. The human and environmental devastation caused by nuclear weapons -- whether by testing, mistake or malice -- is the very reason we need to eliminate them altogether.
When Karl Rove decided that he would question whether the fall and concussion Hillary Clinton suffered in 2012 to try to disqualify her from consideration for the presidency, it was only his latest cynical move. That Rove is up to his old dirty tricks should come as no surprise. After all, his history of cheap shots, divisive wedge issues, and slanderous personal attacks has been well documented over the years beginning with the Watergate Report. My family knows what it is like to be dragged through Rove's sewer. In 2003, he was part of the cabal that betrayed my wife Valerie Plame's identity as a covert CIA officer, in order to distract attention from the George W. Bush administration's lies about weapons of mass destruction as justification for war with Iraq.
Deputy Chief of Staff Bridget Anne Kelly may have simply understood from conversations what Christie wanted to happen, or