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In May 1964, top CIA officials stonewalled the official investigation of the ... The long-secret records, stamped with the words "Reproduction ...
How the CIA Came to Doubt the Official Story of JFK's murder ... Under the 1992 Kennedy Assassination Records Collection Act, the president is the ... "The record of the beginning of OSWALD's relationship with the Cubans ...
In accordance with the JFK Assassination Records Collection Act of 1992, which mandates that all5 million pages of JFK-related documents ...
More than 3,800 records related to the assassination of President John F. Kennedy have been released today by the National Archives. Most of ...

WASHINGTON (CN) - Investigators once tasked with examining the assassination of President John F. Kennedy claim in court that the CIA ...
Internal C.I.A. records indicate that the psychologists, James Mitchell and John Bruce Jessen, anticipated objections that critics would later level ...
Short Bytes: Wikileaks' second leak in the month of August is a CIA hacking tool called CouchPotoato which dates back to 2014. The tool can ...
Documents newly obtained by The Intercept state that Palantir software also permits ICE agents to access information from the Central Intelligence Agency. ICM makes available to its users a separate ICE system, also built by Palantir, called FALCON.
RALEIGH, N.C. (AP) - A citizens' group announced plans Wednesday to hold public hearings in North Carolina to highlight a government program they hope won't be repeated: the secret CIA interrogation sites where suspected terrorists might be tortured.
In January, the CIA announced that it had put its largest collection of declassified documents online. Now the public can search through 12 million pages of the spy agency's former secrets in the CREST archive (short for CIA records Search tool). The ...
Conway's response to The Record was seemingly a reference to unverified documents published last week by Wikileaks, detailing CIA surveillance tactics that include using household electronics, including televisions, computers and cell phones to record ...
murdered rapper Tupac Shakur was killed in a drive-by shooting "orchestrated by the CIA" according to explosive new claims.
contractors working with the CIA may be to blame for the recent breach that led to Wikileaks releasing of some of the agency's hacking tools.
Newly published documents detail a program called "Weeping Angel," an attack designed by the CIA and United Kingdom's Mi5/BTSS that makes Samsung smart TVs look like they're turned off when, in fact, they're not.

After this week's Wikileaks file dump that allegedly shows how the CIA is spying on loads of people, including using Samsung smart TVs, you'd be forgiven for looking at seemingly innocent pieces of technology with a raised eyebrow.
HOUSE OVERSIGHT PUSHES WH ON TRUMP TWEETS: The leaders of the House Oversight Committee on Wednesday raised concerns that President Trump may be violating federal law by deleting his tweets.
The Trump Administration will keep secret scores of records pertaining to the government's relationship between the CIA and two former Spokane Psychologists who were the architects of controversial torture techniques used against terrorism suspects ...
Dubbed #Vault7, Tuesday's leak of thousands of Web pages describes the types of technology the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) uses to hack targeted citizens and foreign governments. Wikileaks claims this is the first part of a series of leaks it has ...
The FBI has launched a Criminal Investigation into the security breach that resulted in the publication of detailed records concerning the CIA's super-secretive computer hacking operations, according to a U.S. official familiar with the matter. Nearly ...
Another CIA memo noted there were several issues at play. First, were the CIA records that were classified TOP secret or SCIF.
Lawyers and the judge in the USS Cole case debated Monday whether it would be proper for military jurors to know that the CIA kept tabs on the mental-health care of a captive here, a decade after his torture in a Black Site. The discussion was ...
WASHINGTON (AP) - The CIA Director says the agency is providing President Donald Trump with the best intelligence it can, disputing reports that the spy community is withholding information from the commander in chief.
If we hate or fear what Donald Trump stands for, whips up, and is trying to do, it is easy to be gleeful about anything that weakens his administration.
So I don't think it is a big surprise for people who have been following the CIA, its interactions with other countries, especially in Europe these past years.
WASHINGTON -- CIA Director Mike Pompeo said Thursday that the agency is providing President Donald Trump with the best intelligence it can, disputing reports that the spy community is withholding information from the commander in chief.
CIA Director Mike Pompeo said Thursday that the agency is providing President Donald Trump with the best intelligence it can, disputing reports that the spy community is withholding information from the commander in chief.
FILE - In this Sunday, Feb. 12, 2017 file photo, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu chairs the weekly cabinet meeting in Jerusalem.
(AP) - Defense attorneys in a lawsuit filed by three men who claim they were victims of waterboarding and other torture by the CIA are battling over the release of secret documents related to their interrogations in the war on terror. The lawsuit ...
Here's one side of the resume of the CIA's new second-in-command, Gina Haspel: she's a decorated officer, serving more than three decades undercover, including multiple tours as a station chief.
Michael Morell rose to some of the most senior positions in the Central Intelligence Agency before leaving in late 2013 and was in the room with George W. Bush during the twin towers attacks in New York on September 11, 2001 and again with Barack ...
The complaint states in January, Suzanne Nicole Bucki of Southgate submitted documentation showing she worked for the Central Intelligence Agency to Guiding harbor Foster Care in Belleville. She was reportedly trying to apply to be a foster parent for ...
And Justice Department attorney Andrew Warden suggested Tuesday that further delays may be needed until President Donald Trump's newly appointed CIA director Mike Pompeo and Attorney General Jeff Sessions have time to review the case to decide whether ...
Declassified documents revealed that a former CIA operative's Johnston County aviation company helped to move at least 34 Central Intelligence Agency ...
Here's one side of the resume of the CIA's new second-in-command, Gina Haspel: she's a decorated officer, serving more than three decades undercover, ...
The complaint states in January, Suzanne Nicole Bucki of Southgate submitted documentation showing she worked for the Central Intelligence Agency to Guiding harbor Foster Care in Belleville. She was reportedly trying to apply to be a foster parent for ...
In the early '70s, in the wake of ongoing controversy in Vietnam and increased public scrutiny, the CIA found itself facing a morale crisis.
Aconfidential assessment made by the West-European Division of the Central Investigation Agency (CIA) of the US in the late 1980s had said that although there ...
Rex S. Ferguson was sentenced on charges stemming from an incident last August in Massillon when he jumped into a river and threatened a medic.
A Southgate woman is facing a criminal trial after she admitted to faking a job with the Central Intelligence Agency in order to get custody of her niece.
"There are a lot of killers," President Trump replied when Fox News host Bill O'Reilly described Trump's friend Vladimir Putin as a killer.
In June 2014, MuckRock, a collaborative non-profit news site, sued the Central Intelligence Agency for access to its CREST database, the agency's repository of declassified information.
ALTON - Altonian Fred Schlafly, the husband of the late conservative activist Phyllis Schlafly and the President of the World Anti-Communist League, was mentioned in the newly searchable Central Intelligence Agency's (CIA's) Freedom of Information Act ...
"In the opinion of many officers in the CIA Clandestine services, the paramilitary programs that the agency operated in Laos between 1963-71 were the most successful ever mounted," according to a quote from newly declassified CIA records cited by ...
Last month the CIA published over 13 million documents which, along with details of more conventional espionage operations, contained the records of the agency's more esoteric pursuits such as investigations into UFO sightings and studies into the use ...
The Central Intelligence Agency provided Italy with an average of $5 million in covert aid each year until the early 1960s in a campaign to prevent the Italian Communist Party from taking over the country, according to documents posted online by George ...
Business Insider filed three separate requests on May 29, 2014 for Snowden's email records at the CIA, where he worked as an employee; the National Security Agency, where he worked as a government contractor; and the DIA, where he was a lecturer on ...
"Now you can access it from the comfort of your own home," Joseph Lambert, the CIA's longtime director of information management, said grandly as the database - known as the CIA records Search tool, or CREST - went online. That may sound a bit ...


 

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