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On his CIA visit, Bush stayed for lunch in the cafeteria and shook hands with practically everybody.
Today's selection of timely reports
CIA analysts still write the majority of the president's daily briefing.
They defeated the Soviets with Washington’s help, but now they attack Americans as the new occupiers.
But his plan, a slap at the CIA, could create a whole new set of problems.
Report says the agency blocked access to senior al Qaeda operative Abu Zubaydah.
Mike Hayden stresses the need for continuing improvement.
U.S. says North Korea aided a secret Syrian nuclear reactor project.
CIA Director and Air Force Gen. Michael Hayden this month gave back to a group that put him in his first uniform: the Boy Scouts.
The Justice Department is investigating what role department officials played in authorizing the CIA to conduct waterboarding, according to a letter released today by members of Congress.