Articles by Blair, Dennis
Lawmakers need to rethink energy and environmental security.
Pledging to increase trust with Congress, Clapper said he would be candid with lawmakers if confirmed.
Co-chair of 9/11 panels says Washington Post's spy series is short on scoops.
Obama nominated Clapper, the head of intelligence for the Defense Department, six weeks ago.
The CIA director is still effectively the nation's premier intelligence job.
For months, National Intelligence Director Dennis Blair has been a dead man walking — and he knew it.
Al Qaeda is still a major threat, but cybersecurity is also a growing concern.
Each man is better suited to the other's role.
As the director of national intelligence, Blair conducts President Obama's daily intelligence briefing.
Obama's new intelligence chief Dennis Blair says Beijing's national security interests are broadening.