Yesterday, after Dianne Feinstein went public with the details of the CIA spying on Senate Intelligence Committee staffers who were compiling a supposedly "devastating" report on the CIA's torture program, CIA Director John Brennan (who has been fighting hard against the release of the report) gave a non-denial denial. Show More Summary
On March 11th CIA Directer John Brennan "confirmed reports" that Malaysia Flight 370's transponder "had been disabled or turned off at some point during the flight" and said he is not ready to rule out terrorism as the cause behind the plane's disappearance. Show More Summary
(Credit: Alec@B92) CIA Director John Brennan said there had been reports of claims of responsibility for downing the missing jet, but stressed that these were far from confirmed.
Central Intelligence Agency Director John Brennan takes questions from the audience after addressing the Council on Foreign Relations in in Washington, DC on March 11, 2014. Brennan denied accusations by U.S. senators who claim the CIA conducted unauthorized searches of computers used by Senate Select Committee on Intelligence staff members in an effort to learn how […]
Senator Diane Feinstein blasted the CIA today for allegedly breaking into and spying on sensitive communications between members of the Senate Intelligence Committee. CIA Director John Brennan denies the allegations.
Poland and Germany will likely launch some sanctions against Russia next week if it doesn’t back off Crimea. CIA Director John Brennan’s response to Sen. Dianne Feinstein’s accusations that his employees had spied on congressional staff...Show More Summary
Central Intelligence Agency director John Brennan fought back Tuesday against serious accusations made by the Senate Intelligence Committee chairwoman, who alleged on the chamber floor earlier in the day that the agency may have violated federal and constitutional law in searching computers used by the committee. MoreHere's An Updated Tally Of All The People Who…
CIA Director John Brennan firmly denied allegations Tuesday that the organization spied on Senate computers and said that, if necessary, he will discuss with the president his role in any possible wrongdoing.
John Brennan, Director of the Central Intelligence Agency, sat down with NBC News reporter Andrea Mitchell on Tuesday where he was asked to respond to Sen. Dianne Feinstein's (D-CA) allegation that the CIA may have violated the Constitution by investigating Senate Intelligence Committee staffers’ computer network.
Central Intelligence Agency director John Brennan on Tuesday denied allegations the CIA had illegally hacked computers used by US Senate staff members probing a controversial interrogation program. "Nothing could be further from the truth," Brennan said at an event organized by the Council on Foreign Relations. Show More Summary
Filling a lawsuit is always a gamble since the odds are never certain, but for these litigants what’s at stake is gambling. New Jersey Files Sports Betting Appeal to U.S. Supreme Court John Brennan | The Record Governor Christie and the state Attorney General’s office, as promised, have taken the case for sports betting in New Jersey to the U.S. Show More Summary
Once again, a national-security official is asked a question with just one defensible answer. And he doesn't give it.
Dianne Feinstein could move to declassify the CIA torture report in its current state. But she won’t do that, and John Brennan knows it. The 15th paragraph of this story on CIA’s continuing efforts to water down the Senate Intelligence Committee’s torture report reads, (Credit: Flickr) read more
Pakistani political party Tehreek-e-Insaf revealed the name of "the top CIA spy in [their] country" and are calling for the spy and CIA Director John Brennan to be tried for murder. In response to a November 21st drone strike, Tehreek-e-Insaf's...Show More Summary
A political party in Pakistan has named the CIA station chief in the country and accused the chief and CIA director John Brennan of murder for their role in a recent drone strike in Hangu, where an Islamic school was targeted.
When John Brennan sits down at his daily 8:30 a.m. senior staff meeting at CIA headquarters, America's top spy sees something none of his predecessors ever saw.
The German officials met with NSA director Gen. Keith Alexander and CIA director John Brennan. Neither would agree to any meaningful agreement to not spy on Germany.
Today's satire is tomorrow's headlines.... To: John Brennan, Langley HQ From: Operative 650, undisclosed location Re: Memo XP1476 Greetings from the tropics! I apologize for not writing to you earlier. As you probably know, if you have...Show More Summary