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.
Senate Intelligence Committee Chairwoman Dianne Feinstein (D-Calif.) has now given an extraordinary speech suggesting the Central Intelligence Agency violated the Constitution by spying on the United States Senate.CIA Director John Brennan has...
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.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - U.S. Senate Commerce Committee Chairman John Rockefeller is seeking hearings on General Motors' automobile recalls related to ignition switch problems, a Senate aide said on Tuesday.
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
(John Hinderaker) A group of Senate Democrats pulled an all-nighter last night, talking about global warming. As always, however, they displayed ambivalence toward the issue: none of the vulnerable Democrats who are up for re-election in the fall (Landrieu, Begich, Pryor, Hagan, Walsh) participated. Show More Summary
Rep. Steve Stockman, who barely showed up to campaign against John Cornyn in the just-concluded primary for Cornyn’s Senate seat, did manage to appear in a bathtub with some booze and a bunch of young Republicans. [Stockman] apparently spent Saturday night sipping on brown and clear liquor and offered partiers $20 to jump in the […]
That's the headline from Alaska Senate Majority leader Sen. John Coghill's editorial bemoaning the EPA's decision to temporarily block permitting of the Pebble Mine. He goes on to say..... It is now election season, a time when we have...Show More Summary
The distinguished senator from TV Land, John McCain, once famously remarked, "The fundamentals of our economy are strong." That wasn't particularly true at the time he said it, which is completely beside the point. The point, my friends,...Show More Summary
Friday's NBC Nightly News played up the latest dust-up between Senators John McCain and Ted Cruz over the latter's criticism of three of the Republican Party's presidential candidates, including Bob Dole. Brian Williams underlined the...Show More Summary
NATIONAL HARBOR, Maryland—On Friday, Senator John Cornyn (R-TX) addressed the CPAC conference at the Gaylord Resort on the Potomac River. Cornyn asserted that Texas proves “conservative policies do lead to growth and prosperity, compared...Show More Summary
"Please, can we bomb someone today?" ... here it is in a nutshell: .@SenJohnMcCain on #Ukraine: "I do not see a military option and that is tragic." - #AMR staff, #Russia, #Crimea — @mitchellreports Jackass.
Congratulations to John McCain. A title has been bestowed upon him that he richly deserves. He is officially the Most Widely Disliked Snake in the Senate: Sen. John McCain is the least popular senator in the country of those surveyed...Show More Summary
WASHINGTON (TRNS) - During the 2008 presidential campaign, Sen. John McCain (R-AZ) repeatedly joked that he wasn’t elected Miss Congeniality in the Senate. It looks like he’s not winning any popularity contests back home either. According to Public Policy Polling, only 30 percent of Arizona voters approve of his performance in the upper chamber while 54 percent […]
Want the scoop on hot races around the country? Get the digest emailed to you each weekday morning. Sign up here. Leading Off: • AZ-Sen: Sweet Enola Gay, son! Republican Sen. John McCain has earned the rare distinction of becoming the most unpopular senator in the nation, according to PPP. Show More Summary
According to a new poll out of Arizona, Senator John McCain (R-AZ) is the least popular incumbent in the United States. Put simply, PPP...