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The non-military request covers the 16-member U.S. Intelligence Community, including the CIA and the National Security Agency, and is collectively known as the National intelligence Program. Disclosure of the aggregate NIP request is mandated by the fiscal 2010 Intelligence Authorization Act, but the ...
President Donald Trump's son-in-law Jared Kushner has had his White House security clearance downgraded, US media are reporting. ... Two weeks ago, US Director of National Intelligence Dan Coats said that presidential aides with interim security clearances should have only "limited" access to secret information.

The U.S. Director National intelligence says the public and private sectors in the U.S. are at continual risk and the country should expect cyber attacks from ... Coats shared his thoughts on the state of affairs with respect to threat to the U.S. with the Senate Select Committee on Intelligence (SSCI) on Feb.
The U.S. Intelligence Community developed substantial evidence that state websites or voter registration systems in seven states were compromised by .... A statement from the Office of the Director of National Intelligence said only: "The declassified intelligence Community Assessment of January 6, 2017, ...
"We expect Russia to continue using propaganda, social media, false-flag personas, sympathetic spokesmen and other means to influence, to try to build on its wide range of operations and exacerbate social and political fissures in the United States," Director of National Intelligence Dan Coats previously ...
DAN COATS: There should be no doubt that Russia perceive that its past efforts as successful and views the 2018 U.S. midterm elections as a potential target for Russian influence operations. KELLY: Director of National Intelligence Dan Coats there offering that sobering assessment about threats from ...

DNI Dan Coats tells the Senate Intelligence Committee the U.S. is "under attack" on the cybersecurity front. Coats spoke ... Director of National Intelligence Dan Coats framed global cybersecurity threats in stark terms on Tuesday, saying: "Frankly, the United States is under attack." Coats sounded the alarm ...
"Frankly, the United States is under attack -- under attack by entities that are using cyber to penetrate virtually every major action that takes place in the United States," Coats told the panel. "From U.S. businesses, to the federal government, to state and local governments, the United States is threatened by ...
Former U.S. National Intelligence Director Mike McConnell will speak in Charleston this week about cybersecurity, kicking off a daylong conference on the topic ... "If there's anyone in America who is keenly aware of cyber-threats and cyber-safety in the United States, it's Admiral McConnell," the law school's ...
In general, an intelligence source is someone under some level of U.S. government control, who is met and managed in a secret or clandestine manner according to rules set by the Director of National Intelligence. Steele does not fit the criteria. More importantly, the U.S. does not run British citizens as ...
During the George W. Bush administration, cherry-picked intelligence about Iraqi weapons of mass destruction fueled momentum for the U.S. invasion of Iraq. ... Robert Litt, the former general counsel for the Director of National Intelligence, said the future relationship between intelligence agencies and their ...
Some Republicans have done as much with previous charges dealing with the unmasking of U.S. names in intelligence reports (more routine than ... and no uranium will ever leave the United States), and charges of a secret society inside the FBI (it was a joke) -- all themes pushed hard by alt-right outlets ...
The former Director of National Intelligence broke with leading North Korea experts in saying the US should respond to provocative missile or nuclear tests with the use of force. This idea fits with the "bloody nose" strategy the Trump Administration is reportedly considering. He detailed how the US military has used force to ...
The United States' belated realization that foreign powers can wreak havoc on the American political process is already prompting discussions of how to thwart future interference directed at subverting democracy. Invariably the Intelligence Community (IC) and the broader U.S. national security enterprise ...
Section 241 of the legislation mandates the Secretary of the US Treasury, in concert with the Director of National Intelligence and the Secretary of State, to submit to Congress what essentially constitutes a due diligence report on Russia's wealthiest citizens. This task was to be completed within 180 days and achieved by ...
In 2016, Rob Bertholee and Pieter Bindt, who headed AIVD and MIVD, met then-Director of National Intelligence James Clapper and outgoing NSA Director ... President Donald Trump has also openly praised Russian president Vladimir Putin while criticizing the very U.S. security services the Dutch worked ...
Are you a postdoctoral researcher with a hankering to help the US government hone its brain-warfare skills? Well, uncle Sam has just the job for you! The Office of the Director of National Intelligence (ODNI) recently posted an opportunity online for a postdoctorate fellow who will "examine how BNNs work ...

With the challenges that we face it is necessary for us to stay ahead of the game." Dan Coats, Director of National Intelligence, addresses the P.O.C. 5th Annual Intel Summit on Jan. 25 Credit: Katie Snyder Photography. Coats references the Presidential Policy Directive (PPD) daily process of delivering ...
The British teenager gained access to the accounts of top US intelligence and security officials from his home computer in central England, a UK court heard on Friday. ... prosecutors said Gamble was motivated by his sympathy with Palestinians and due to the United States "killing innocent civilians." ...
When President George W. Bush revamped intelligence in 2005, naming a National Intelligence Director with oversight over all operations, Turner argued for ... Turner maintained that even if the Russians didn't reduce their arsenal, the United States would still have enough nuclear weapons to retaliate with ...
U.S. intelligence officials have long called the program vital, saying it has produced a critical stream of information that has helped the United States avert ... "I am grateful to my former colleagues in the Congress for prioritizing the safety of America and our allies," U.S. Director of National Intelligence Dan ...
Head of Turkey's National Intelligence Organization Hakan Fidan and Chief of the General Staff Hulusi Akar will hold talks with their Russian counterparts, the ... 14, the Turkish Foreign Ministry said in a statement that cooperation of the US with PYD and YPG contradicts Washington's commitments and ...
Russia poses the greatest existential threat to the United States in the near term, climate change will create huge problems around the globe and North Korea will not abandon its nuclear program. Those were among the lead points the nation's former intelligence chief made to a Melbourne audience ...
It establishes "for the first time community-wide guidance for responding to requests for the identities of U.S. persons in disseminated intelligence reports, commonly referred to as 'unmasking'" according to the DNI. President Trump formally instructed Coats to establish the policy on Tuesday. The policy ...
Trump's order follows a letter that Director of National Intelligence Dan Coats wrote last month to Congress. Coats told lawmakers that he will tighten rules for providing government officials the identities of Americans concealed in intelligence reports. Coat's policy would aim to stiffen existing safeguards to ...
Clapper, a retired Air Force lieutenant general, served as the nation's fourth Director of National Intelligence from 2010 to 2017. As DNI, Clapper oversaw the 16 agencies making up the U.S. "Intelligence Community" including the CIA, the National Security Agency and the Defense Intelligence Agency.
From as early as 2000, the National Intelligence Council was remarkably prescient about North Korea's overall direction, predicting in an unclassified report that it would "most likely" have a nuclear missile that could hit American cities by 2015. Four years later, when the United States was mired in the first ...
... that James Clapper, former U.S. Director of National Intelligence, has famously remarked, Putin, as a former KGB operative, knows how to handle an asset, and that's what he's doing with the president." There is no doubt that Russia, under Putin's orders, has been attempting to subvert the United States, ...
There is little to deter the Kremlin from deploying its arsenal of cyber and psychological warfare to wage another campaign in the United States, setting the ... that interference would stop," Angela Stent, a former U.S. national intelligence officer on Russia and a professor at Georgetown University, told me.
Russia's president Vladimir Putin talks to U.S. President Donald Trump during their bilateral meeting at the G-20 summit, in Hamburg, Germany. ... In a December 18 interview on CNN, retired Air Force Lieutenant General James Clapper, the former Director of National Intelligence, virtually called Trump a ...
Section 702 allows the government, with the compelled assistance of U.S. companies, to collect foreign intelligence information from phones, email accounts or other communications facilities used by people who are neither citizens nor residents of the United States and who are outside of the United States ...
Former US Director of National Intelligence James Clapper said Monday that Russian president Vladimir Putin was handling President Donald Trump as an intelligence "asset." Trump has frequently praised the Russian leader and expressed the desire to foster closer ties with Russia. The two also share ...
FILE - In this Oct. 13, 2017, file photo, Director of National Intelligence Dan Coats speaks at a Heritage Foundation event in Washington. Coats is tightening rules for the internal disclosure of Americans' names that are omitted from classified reports. Such names in intelligence reports are often concealed.
Moscow (Sputnik) - Director of US National Intelligence Dan Coats said that the United States was working with Russia to gather intelligence on counterterrorism in an effort to ensure global security, even though Washington considered Moscow an opponent and disagreed with its policy in other areas.
Wathiq Al-Ibraheemi, 34, an Iraqi interpreter for the U.S. armed forces who was paroled into the United States in 2009 under the Significant Public ... in a letter to the prime minister of Iraq pleaded guilty Tuesday to unlawfully using the official insignia of the Office of the Director of National Intelligence.
... of the individuals under U.S. jurisdiction and prohibit "transactions by U.S. persons or within the United States involving the individual." Reuters cites two unnamed U.S. sources as having confirmed the meetings, which included "U.S. Director of National Intelligence Dan Coats and other U.S. intelligence ...
On March 12, 2013, Director of National Intelligence James Clapper told Congress that Intel officials were not collecting mass data on tens of millions of Americans. NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden soon revealed material that proved Clapper's testimony false: The government had been gathering and ...
At Least Ten Killed In Suicide Blast Near Afghan National intelligence Office ... The U.S. Embassy and NATO headquarters are also located in the area. ... The administration of U.S. President Donald Trump has sharply criticized neighboring Pakistan, accusing it of providing a safe haven for terrorists ...
This August, Kim reiterated his support for working with Iran, stating, "Iran and North Korea share a mutual enemy, the United States. We firmly support Iran on its (Iran's) stance on missile development." Mr. Daniel Coats, US Director of National Intelligence testified before Congress on 5/11/2017, shortly ...
FILE - In this Oct. 13, 2017, file photo, Director of National Intelligence Dan Coats speaks at a Heritage Foundation event in Washington. Coats is tightening rules for the internal disclosure of Americans' names that are omitted from classified reports. Such names in intelligence reports are often concealed.
The next day, on Oct. 7, two top American spy agencies released an intelligence assessment that the Russian government had hacked into the Democratic National Committee with the intent "to interfere with the U.S. election process." The assessment, by the Office of the Director of National Intelligence and ...
... and the Director of National Intelligence to electronically surveil non-U.S. persons (i.e. non-citizens and non-permanent legal residents) to acquire foreign intelligence information if the person is "reasonably believed to be located outside the United States." Under Section 702, the government is prohibited ...
More answers have been provided to Senate Intelligence Committee questions (most of those penned by the always-inquisitive Ron Wyden) by the Office of the Director of National Intelligence. Some, like how often the NSA "incidentally" collects domestic communications, remain unanswered. But the ...
Nunes wrote in a July letter to the Director of National Intelligence that he had "found evidence that current and former government officials had easy access to U.S. person information and that it is possible that they used this information to achieve partisan political purposes." A spokesman for Nunes did not ...
Because targets of Section 702 (non-U.S. persons located outside of the United States) are typically not protected by the Fourth Amendment of the .... Office of the Director of National Intelligence, not to mention broader review by the internal legal counsel at the government's key national security agencies, ...
... threat to the national security of the United States." The provision cites statements from authoritative figures including Defense Secretary Jim Mattis, former Defense Secretary Robert Gates, Chairman of the Joint Chiefs Of Staff Gen. Joseph F. Dunford Jr. and the Office of the Director of National Intelligence.
The amicus brief, filed with Judge Royce Lamberth of the U.S. District Court for the District Of Columbia, includes James Clapper, the former Director of National Intelligence under President Barack Obama; Matthew Olsen, director of the National Counterterrorism Center under Obama; Paul Rosenzweig, ...
Rather than lash out with an unfocused U.S.-led military campaign, the administration took a deliberate planning approach that included convening ... the empowerment of Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi, and the powerful example of the United States enabling a partner Muslim nation to stand on its own to ...
The US government does not need the approval of its secret surveillance court to ask a tech company to build an encryption backdoor. ... A declassified but highly redacted FISC opinion from 2006 states that a directive must be signed off by both the attorney general and the Director of National Intelligence.
Rod Rosenstein, deputy attorney general, listens during a Senate Intelligence Committee hearing in Washington, D.C., U.S., on Wednesday, June 7, 2017. Director of National Intelligence Daniel Coats told associates in March that U.S. President Donald Trump had asked him to intervene with then-Federal ...


 

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