CIA Director John Brennan exposed again. Rank-and-file Americans are unlikely to see most of the 6,700 classified pages of the Senate Select Committee on Intelligence's torture report. Maybe in 20 or 50 years, they will be released. Or maybe not. Show More Summary
New documents obtained by Vice’s Jason Leopold shed light on the actions of the intelligence agency after it was caught spying on its Senate overseers.
CIA chief John Brennan refuses to acknowledge surveillance conducted on the Senate's intelligence committee
“The CIA accidentally released a document to me under FOIA and then asked that I refrain from posting it,” says VICE reporter Jason Leopold. He declined their request. Read the rest
John Brennan was about to say he was sorry. On July 28, 2014, the CIA director wrote a letter to senators Dianne Feinstein and Saxby Chambliss — the chairwoman of the Senate Intelligence Committee (SSCI) and the panel's ranking Republican, respectively. Show More Summary
WASHINGTON -- The CIA is willing to overlook some of its shadier partners’ human rights records if they can still get the goods, according to agency Director John Brennan. In a letter sent to a trio of lawmakers and provided to The Huffington...Show More Summary
AFFIRMATIVE ACTION FOR SPIES: Hudson Institute senior fellow Gabriel Schoenfeld on “The Central Inclusiveness Agency.” The Central Intelligence Agency is once again mired in crisis. CIA Director John Brennan finds himself “deeply concerned.”...Show More Summary
The CIA is failing to hire and promote sufficient numbers of minorities despite years of vowing to do so, Director John Brennan said Tuesday, as he announced a new effort to tackle the problem of a largely white workforce whose lack of diversity is undercutting the spy agency's intelligence mission. Show More Summary
All sides meeting in Vienna, Austria, acknowledge they will not meet Tuesday's deadline for a deal. Secretary of State John Kerry is trying to cement a key part of President Obama's foreign policy agenda. Margaret Brennan reports on the main roadblock threatening the deal.
Secretary of State John Kerry is going to get a few extra days to broker a deal with Iran. Kerry is negotiating a deal the will put a freeze on Iran's nuclear program. Margaret Brennan reports on the ongoing talks in Vienna
Central Intelligence Agency Director John Brennan visited Israel last week for high-level meetings with national security and political officials as the U.S. continues negotiations with Iran about its nuclear program.
US Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) Director John Brennan secretly visited Israel last week to discuss the much anticipated deal between Iran and six world powers on Tehran's controversial nuclear program, Haaretz reported Tuesday, citing senior Israeli officials.
CIA chief John Brennan made a “secret” visit to Israel last week to discuss an emerging nuclear deal between Iran and world powers, Israel’s Haaretz newspaper reported on Tuesday. It came as a June 30 deadline looms for a deal that would row back Iran’s nuclear programme in...
CIA director John Brennan traveled to Israel in secret last week to brief Mossad intelligence officials on "the agreement developing between Iran and the world powers on Tehran’s nuclear program and Iran’s involvement in terror and subversive...Show More Summary
John Brennan, director of the Central Intelligence Agency, acknowledged that US foreign policy may sometimes cause terrorism.
Parts of the U.S. Patriot Act expired on Sunday. You may not have noticed, but the terrorists did. At least that’s what CIA Director John Brennan said on CBS’s “Face
Micah Zenko Defense, North America Our American foreign policy decisions only making matters worse? You make the call. Recently on “Face the Nation,” CIA Director John Brennan made an unnoticed but significant acknowledgement about the conduct and consequences of U.S. Show More Summary
Yesterday morning, prior to the Senate debate that has resulted in the (brief) expiration of a few provisions in the PATRIOT Act, CIA director John Brennan went on one of those Sunday morning talk shows and made a complete fool of himself, pretending that merely debating things like the 4th Amendment was helping the terrorists. Show More Summary
The intelligence that the United States has gathered on Islamic State radicals points to their growing strength in the Middle East, CIA Director John Brennan said in an interview with CBS, adding that the rise of ISIL should be countered with both military and political means.
"They’re looking for the seams to operate within," CIA Director John Brennan tells CBS.