Some colleagues and a former prisoner at a secret Thai prison paint Gina Haspel, Trump's pick for CIA chief, as a voice of restraint — not excessive torture, ProPublica reports.
President Donald Trump is striking a combative tone against the Russia probe.
President Donald Trump defended Gina Haspel, his nominee to head the CIA, who has come under fire because of her involvement in detaining and brutally interrogating terror suspects after 9-11.
Gen. Michael Hayden, retired U.S. Air Force and former CIA and NSA director, discusses his news book "The Assault on Intelligence" about the state of U.S. intelligence community.
ProPublica says it erred when it reported in 2017 that Gina Haspel was in charge of a secret prison in Thailand during the infamous interrogation of an al Qaeda suspect.
Paul said he opposes the nominations of Mike Pompeo and Gina Haspel due to their positions on U.S. foreign policy.
The President is not wrong when he says Gina Haspel will be the first female director of the CIA, however, her gender does not override her opinion on extreme torture, Vox reports.
Democratic members of the U.S. House of Representatives Intelligence Committee said they will put out their own report that will "set out for the country what evidence we have seen to date."
Trump will nominate career CIA officer Gina Haspel to be the agency's first female director.
Here is a roundup of Pompeo's views on various national security matters.
Trump said his relationship with Pompeo has been very good and they are "always on the same wavelength."
Haspel ran a CIA "black site" prison in Thailand where terrorism suspects were waterboarded in the aftermath of the 9/11 attacks.
Trump sang Mike Pompeo's praises in a statement nominating the CIA director for secretary of state, after ousting former Exxon Mobile CEO Rex Tillerson from the position.
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Russia and China could soon possess "destructive" space weapons that could be used against the U.S., American intelligence said.
U.S. officials have said there is no evidence that any states' voter registration rolls were tampered with.
President Trump's first State of the Union made a single reference to Russia over an hour and twenty minutes.
The White House decided not to immediately impose sanctions on certain Russian entities, defying a deadline as understood by many Democrats.
A former CIA officer has been arrested and charged with illegally retaining classified records.
More than 10,000 German citizens had been contacted on LinkedIn by fake profiles from China, according to Germany's BfV.