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Clapper: Give Ukraine ‘Lethal Defensive Weapons’

Top intel official says Russian units key to reversing Ukraine's battlefield gains.

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Obama’s Surveillance Reform Extends Unmatched Privacy to Foreigners

U.S. surveillance reform in the aftermath of Edward Snowden's revelations haven't gone far enough, but there's one change that no spy agency in the world offers: privacy protections for foreigners.

Best Defense

Regaining the moral high ground: Time to think about ‘Just Intelligence’ doctrine

The study of ethics in war has a deep history. Could its lessons be applied to intelligence activities?

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Zero Dark Dishonesty

The CIA says torture helped the United States find Osama bin Laden, but the Senate says it made the search even harder.

The Cable

The CIA Admits the Agency Made Mistakes in Interrogation Tactics

The CIA admitted Tuesday morning that the agency made mistakes in its interrogation tactics.

The Cable

The Torture Report Is Finally Out: Read It Here

The long-awaited torture report was released Tuesday morning.

Passport

This Malware May Have Gotten the NSA Caught With Its Hand in the Cookie Jar

In Norse mythology, Regin is a cunning dwarf who raises the hero Sigurd as his own son in order to use him as an instrument ...

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Intel Community to Congressional Critics: Show Us Even More of the Money

The intelligence community has come under fire for failing to do enough to predict the rise of the Islamic State and Russian aggression in Ukraine. ...

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