Group Supporting Kin of Slain CIA Officers Comes Out of Shadows
The CIA Officers Memorial Foundation provides college tuition and other expenses to children of fallen officers.
Senators: CIA Has Secret Program That Collects American Data
Two Democrats on the Senate Intelligence Committee say the CIA has a secret, undisclosed data repository that includes information collected about Americans
Experts: Energy Attacks Could Be Behind Some ‘Havana Syndrome' Cases
A panel of intelligence experts hasn’t identified a single culprit for apparent brain injuries reported by U.S. personnel that have been linked to so-called “Havana syndrome.”
‘Their Pain Is Real': Blinken Defends Diplomats After CIA Casts Doubt on Havana Syndrome
Secretary of State Antony Blinken is defending U.S. diplomats who came forward to report suspected incidents of “Havana Syndrome,” insisting “their pain is real” after a CIA report cast doubt on the extent of the unexplained phenomenon. In a letter to all U.S. diplomats, sent Thursday and obtained by NBC News, Blinken said interim findings from the intelligence community had found...
US Releases New Batch of Documents About JFK Assassination
The National Archives has made public nearly 1,500 documents related to the U.S. government’s investigation into the 1963 assassination of President John F Kennedy.
FBI Says There May Be More Sex Abuse Victims of Ex-CIA Employee Caught After Naked Woman Found Screaming on US Embassy Balcony
The FBI and the U.S. Department of State’s Diplomatic Security Service are looking for more information and potentially more victims of a former CIA employee who pleaded guilty to sexual abuse charges in July.