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US special ops chief confirms CIA ending support for Syria rebels

The head of the US military's special operations confirmed Friday that the Central Intelligence Agency is shutting down its program to support rebels fighting against Syrian President Bashar al-Assad. General Tony Thomas denied thatShow More Summary

CIA halting support for Syria rebels: report

The Central Intelligence Agency is shutting down its program to support rebels fighting against Syrian President Bashar al-Assad, the Washington Post reported Wednesday. Citing unnamed US officials, the Post said the four-year-old covert operation has had limited impact, especially since Russian forces stepped in to support Assad in 2015. Show More Summary

Advice from the CIA's 'Simple Sabotage Field Manual'

last weekHumor / odd : mental_floss

Want to stick it to the man? Here are some tips from the Central Intelligence Agency.

Leaked Manual Reveals How CIA Can Track Windows Users By Gauging Wi-Fi Signal 

Photo. Getty On Wednesday, WikiLeaks released the latest issue in its ongoing Vault 7 series -- a trove of secret or otherwise classified US Central Intelligence Agency files from 2013 to 2016 describing previously undisclosed malware and viruses. More »      

Former CIA Analyst Melvin Goodman on the Agency’s Manipulation of Intelligence

3 weeks agoNews : Truthdig

On a panel moderated by Truthdig Editor in Chief Robert Scheer (far right), Goodman explains why he blew the whistle on corruption in the Central Intelligence Agency.

Russia Election Hacking Not ‘News,’ CIA Boss Mike Pompeo Says — Attacks By Russia ‘Not Particularly Original’

Mike Pompeo, the 53-year-old director of the United States Central Intelligence Agency, appeared to downplay the significance of Russian interference in the 2016 U.S. presidential election, calling the Russian meddling “not particularly...Show More Summary

Hugh’s Debut on MSNBC

Interviewing Director Mike Pompeo in his first interview since being confirmed to run the Central Intelligence Agency. From the all-new Hugh Hewitt on MSNBC:

I trained a neural network to create CIA malware codenames

The Central Intelligence Agency is America’s best-known intelligence agency, but it’s still shrouded in secrecy. Thanks to Wikileaks, we’ve learned a lot about its internal workings, particularly when it comes to cyber-espionage. One thing that I’ve come to appreciate is the humorous bent to how the CIA names its internal projects. Show More Summary

CIA Finally Releases Details of 1953 Iranian Coup

Declassified documents released last week shed light on the Central Intelligence Agency's central role in the 1953 coup that brought down Iranian Prime Minister Muhammad Mossadegh, fueling a surge of nationalism which culminated in the 1979 Iranian Revolution and poisoning U.S.-Iran relations into the 21st century. Show More Summary

CIA penetrated by insider network of candy thieves

The Central Intelligence Agency admitted this week that it had been compromised for months in 2013 by a network of high-tech snack thieves.

64 Years Later, CIA Finally Releases Details Of Iranian Coup

Authored by Bethany Allen-Ebrahimian via ForeignPolicy.com, Declassified documents released last week shed light on the Central Intelligence Agency’s central role in the 1953 coup that brought down Iranian Prime Minister Muhammad Mossadegh,...Show More Summary

CIA’s move to cloud a game changer for public sector

For many years, the pace of cloud adoption was slowed by concerns over data security. But when the Central Intelligence Agency awarded a $600 million contract to Amazon Web Services Inc. in 2013 to move some of the nation’s most sensitive...Show More Summary

With CIA credentials, can Amazon repeat commercial success in the public sector?

However Amazon Web Services Inc. may struggle in selling cloud to glacier-paced government agencies, at least one of those that readers may have heard of — the US Central Intelligence Agency — just vouched for it at the AWS Public Sector Summit in Washington, D.C. Show More Summary

Wikileaks dump details how the CIA is able to easily hijack routers

The Central Intelligence Agency likes to hack Wi-Fi routers is the major takeaway from a new dump from Wikileaks that includes the details of software used by the agency to spy on all and sundry. Called “Cherry Blossom,” the CIA-designed...Show More Summary

Can Amazon cloud charm stiff public-sector budgeteers?

In 2013, the Central Intelligence Agency awarded a $600-million contract to Amazon Web Services, seriously ticking off competitor IBM, which took it all the way to the U.S. Court of Federal Claims. “The judge in the ruling actually said,...Show More Summary

North Korea Releases Details of Alleged Assassination Attempt On Kim Jong-un

Ryan Pickrell Security, Asia North Korean state media has released a video detailing an alleged assassination attempt on Kim Jong Un. Pyongyang accused the Central Intelligence Agency and South Korea’s National Intelligence Service in...Show More Summary

Trump Starts Returning CIA Torture Report to Congress

“The Trump administration has begun returning copies of a voluminous 2014 Senate report about the Central Intelligence Agency’s detention and interrogation program to Congress, complying with the demand of a top Republican senator who has criticized the report for being [...]

CIA Takes Harder Line Against Iran

“He is known as the Dark Prince or Ayatollah Mike, nicknames he earned as the Central Intelligence Agency officer who oversaw the hunt for Osama bin Laden and the American drone strike campaign that killed thousands of Islamist militants and [...]

‘Nonsense!: Phil Mudd blows up at former CIA director blaming Kushner’s outreach to Russians on Obama

2 months agoNews : The Raw Story

CNN’s Phil Mudd on Tuesday ripped into R. James Woolsey Jr. on Tuesday after the former director of the Central Intelligence Agency claimed the real issue involving the Russia invitation are leaks coming from the White House Woolsey said the Obama administration was “extremely uncooperative” with...

Former CIA chief 'aware of intelligence revealing contact between Russian officials and Trump campaign members'

2 months agoNews : The Lookout

Former Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) director John Brennan has said he is “aware of information and intelligence” that revealed alleged contact between Russia and “US persons” in Donald Trump's campaign team. “I don’t know whether...Show More Summary

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